Preview for ubiquity-ubuntu-slideshow

André Gondim andregondim at ubuntu.com
Fri Oct 23 03:19:58 BST 2009


At the Release Candidate does not have full translations for pt_BR, but at
the link
http://l10n.ubuntu.tla.ro/ubuntu-karmic-ubiquity-slideshow/index.html#locale=pt_BR#controls<http://l10n.ubuntu.tla.ro/ubuntu-karmic-ubiquity-slideshow/index.html#locale=pt_BR%23controls>it's
all ok, will it ok at final release?

cheers,
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On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 17:27, Adi Roiban <adi at roiban.ro> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have just updated the webpage with an Rosetta export received at
> 15:08-UTC
>
> http://l10n.ubuntu.tla.ro/ubuntu-karmic-ubiquity-slideshow/langs.html
>
> În data de Mi, 21-10-2009 la 13:09 +0800, Aron Xu a scris:
> > Hi Adi,
> > Thanks for your work, but where is the picture for firefox?
> > AFAIK it doesn't show up when I choose zh_CN with my firefox.
> >
> > Aron
>
> Here is the info from Dylan McCall :
> >
> > (Unfortunately), this is intentional. Mozilla's trademark policy
> > blocks
> > us from distributing the real icon with the package, and pointing to
> > the
> > icon installed to the system means we get either the branded or
> > unbranded icon based on what system the slideshow is running on. It
> > won't load that icon when running from the web, because a web site can
> > only use local resources if it is itself stored locally.
>
> Just to have an icon, i have modified the slide to display a generic web
> png... but on an Ubuntu system it will show and Firefox icon.
>
>
> I have another info from Dylan, regarding the links from the
> documentation / support slide.
>
> > Oh, with regards to your query, the link should be kept intact.
> > (Although, if there's an official Ubuntu web site that has the same
> > page translated to the appropriate language, that would be fine). The
> > reason for that is because this particular community page
> > (ubuntu.com/community) has a real wealth of information, including
> > community support, how to contribute and information about local
> > teams :)
>
> Cheers!
> PS: you can generate those pages using this branch:
>
>
>
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