yurchor at ukr.net
Sat Oct 19 13:09:20 UTC 2013
написане Sat, 19 Oct 2013 15:13:11 +0300, Michael Bauer
<fios at akerbeltz.org>:
> LOL guys I'm totally confused now. Which is it? The outcome I want is
> that when I get this in Launchpad:
> System Settings
> Roghainnean an t-siostaim
> the result for the user on screen is
> an t-siostaim
> or at least
> Roghainnean an
> NOT as it currently is:
> Roghainnean an t-
> Either approach suggested to date is fine by me but I'd kind of like to
> know which one works before I go changing a lot, seeing there's only 1
> l10n update a year, I can't very well experiment ;)
Can you tell from where this translation is (PO-file)?
If it is from .desktop file, open it (the file can be usually found in
/usr/share/applications) in the text editor ("gksudo gedit" in the
Terminal) and try to experiment with Name[gd] line. You need to logout
then login for the changes to take effect.
If it is from the general translations (saved in /usr/share/locale/gd) try
to edit and recompile it with CLI or PoEdit.
It is better to use Anders Jenbo advice to achieve what you want now.
>> It should be \x00AD (U+00AD, soft hyphen, shy).
>> Gtk+: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=580275
>> Qt: http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-5.0/qtcore/qtextboundaryfinder.html
>> A soft hyphon hints that a word can be broaken and a hyphon inserted,
>> pretty much the opposed of what Michael seams to want here.
>> You need to insert the actual charector - . If you don't have a keyboard
>> combination for typing it then save it to a text file for handy use in
>> the future.
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