[Alpine-info] Translate strings
Carlos E. R.
robin.listas at telefonica.net
Fri May 18 15:35:14 PDT 2012
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On Friday, 2012-05-18 at 20:31 +0200, Werner Scheinast wrote:
El 2012-05-18 a las 20:31 +0200, Werner Scheinast escribió:
>> Are there similar tokens for Swedish?
>> Where can I find a list of them?
> His reply-leadin is not localized, but customized. In M-S-C (main menu ->
> Setup -> Config) you have an item "reply-leadin" with a tedious, but in-
> formative help text. Take some time and read it. It will also provide a
> list of these "special" tokens. Only a few of them follow your localiza-
> tion (like the "SMARTDATES" variants).
> My leadin above was accomplished by
> Am _SMARTDATES3_ schrieb _FROM_:
> ... but you see, the word "Today" is not localized (German), only an ex-
> plicit date would be localized here. So, in general, the localization is
Exactly. And I don't remember exactly why or how, I get two such strings,
one the original english one, two my customized string - like above. I
delete the one i do not want on every post I make. Tedious, but it works.
^K deletes line, reposition the cursor, ^U undeletes in the new position.
It is a fast copypaste of entire lines.
There is no language support in Alpine. Not even possible to customize
Carlos E. R.
(from 11.4 x86_64 "Celadon" at Telcontar)
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