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Project website www.openorienteering.org
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Source code repository https://github.com/OpenOrienteering/mapper.git
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Last remote commit translations: Update from SymbolSetTool 90fb878d
User avatar dg0yt authored 4 months ago
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Weblate repository https://hosted.weblate.org/git/openorienteering/mapper/
Filemask translations/OpenOrienteering_*.ts
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Last change March 15, 2021, 6:21 a.m.
Last author Xian Chengbin

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Good point. Another possibility would be just "Draw" (and the freehand tool label shortened to "Freehand"), but this still isn't perfect. Perhaps best left unchanged if it's going to create a new misunderstanding?

2 weeks ago
User avatar dg0yt

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OpenOrienteering / MapperEnglish

Understood, but OTOH I wonder if people will understand that they can draw straight lines with the "Draw curve" tool?

3 weeks ago

Could this english text be changed to something like "Draw curve" ? The existing "Draw paths" would be taken by most people to mean draw some footpaths

3 weeks ago
User avatar dg0yt

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OpenOrienteering / MapperEnglish

' &' in front of a letter denotes a shortcut key. (Some user interface would underline the letter to indicate the shortcut.) Typical English example: Menu "File", accessible as Alt-F. More Information: https://github.com/OpenOrienteering/mapper/wiki/Translation#information-for-translators

a month ago
User avatar Demian

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OpenOrienteering / MapperEnglish

Is "&course" a format string? Or is it a typo and the text supposed to be "Simple & course"?

a month ago
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