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Author:  choat [ Sat Nov 28, 2009 9:44 am ]
Post subject:  No "yes" "no" "ok" "cancel" for translate

No "yes" "no" "ok" "cancel" for translate in some dialog. Ex :

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Author:  Gert-Jan [ Sat Nov 28, 2009 1:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: No "yes" "no" "ok" "cancel" for translate

choat wrote:
No "yes" "no" "ok" "cancel" for translate in some dialog.

If I am correct, these words are standard Windows terminology, as they are used in almost every program. They are only dependent on the language of Windows itself, so you don't have to translate them.

Of course it also means that you cannot translate them, so for example: in an English version of Windows you can use the German translation, but then you will still see Yes and No.
I suppose this is your case?

Gert-Jan

Author:  choat [ Sat Nov 28, 2009 5:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: No "yes" "no" "ok" "cancel" for translate

Gert-Jan wrote:
choat wrote:
No "yes" "no" "ok" "cancel" for translate in some dialog.

If I am correct, these words are standard Windows terminology, as they are used in almost every program. They are only dependent on the language of Windows itself, so you don't have to translate them.

Of course it also means that you cannot translate them, so for example: in an English version of Windows you can use the German translation, but then you will still see Yes and No.
I suppose this is your case?

Gert-Jan


Yes, now I understand.

Thanks

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