Preview for ubiquity-ubuntu-slideshow
david.planella at ubuntu.com
Fri Oct 23 08:40:17 BST 2009
El dv 23 de 10 de 2009 a les 00:19 -0200, en/na André Gondim va
> 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 it's all ok, will it ok at final release?
Do you mean those strings affected by the string freeze exception?
If that's the case, as commented in the bug , the fix for this is
going to appear after the RC (but before the final release).
You can subscribe to the bug  to track its status, and you can also
click on its linked branch  to see that the last changes include an
export of translations from Launchpad.
Thanks for checking this out!
> André Gondim
> E-mail: andregondim at ubuntu.com
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> On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 17:27, Adi Roiban <adi at roiban.ro> wrote:
> I have just updated the webpage with an Rosetta export
> received at
> 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
> > Aron
> Here is the info from Dylan McCall :
> > (Unfortunately), this is intentional. Mozilla's trademark
> > 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
> > 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
> > (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,
> > community support, how to contribute and information about
> > teams :)
> PS: you can generate those pages using this branch:
> Adi Roiban
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