anders at jenbo.dk
Fri Oct 18 14:55:40 UTC 2013
Translators should not forece line breaks. The line break might not be
appropriate if a different font is used or if it scalled up for visually
As for avoiding line breaks at a hyphen:
Den 18-10-2013 15:33, Fòram na Gàidhlig skrev:
> Either <br /> or \n should work in most cases, but we will have to ask
> at each individual project. It might even not be consistent across 1
> piece of software if more than 1 programming language or rendering
> engine is involved. Same goes for protected hyphens (which we would of
> course prefer) and which syntax to use for them or if they are
> supported at all.
> 18/10/2013 14:23, sgrìobh Oleg Koptev:
>> I think in general it depends on particular programming language of the
>> template you translate.
>> In most cases \n will break the line, but if you deal with (x)html - <br
>> /> will work.
>> Try to look into source of System Settings and look for \n in this
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