"at", "count", etc. Good tip!

Hannie Dumoleyn lafeber-dumoleyn2 at zonnet.nl
Sat Jul 19 15:09:39 UTC 2014

Well, well, this is a good tip. This is what I did: I copied the comment 
underneath the string I wanted more information about (Located in 
../alarm/AddAlarmPage.qml:637). I pasted it in google and found the 
following page:
Here I could see the code which gave me more information.
Thanks for the tip, Yuri. I was not smart enough to find this out myself :(

op 19-07-14 15:28, Yuri Chornoivan schreef:
> Hi,
> Just a few comments.
> 1. There are code references below the edit field and references to 
> the branch at the top of the page. If use them as expected it is easy 
> to find some code. Example for "at":
> NewEventEntryField{
>                             id: startTimeInput
>                             title: i18n.tr("at")
>                             objectName: "startTimeInput"
> QML is easy to understand, isn't it?
> 2. Being lazy is not an answer for the real translator.
> Best regards,
> Yuri

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