1.93.6 English Translation / List of new strings

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1.93.6 English Translation / List of new strings

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Here is the new strings:

#define TXT_NviewMenu_RemoveAlpha "Remove alpha channel"
#define TXT_Option_Spacing_Between_Labels "Spacing between labels"
#define TXT_Option_Alignment "Alignment"
#define TXT_Option_Check_Update "Check update"
#define TXT_Ignore_Alpha_Channel "Ignore alpha channel"

#define TXT_Adjust_Keep_Prev_Values "Retain values between sessions"

#define TXT_String_Daily "Daily"
#define TXT_String_Weekly "Weekly"
#define TXT_String_Monthly "Monthly"

#define TXT_Replace_Color "Replace color"

In XnViewShell.lng, new ID are:
205=Use XnView to open picture
251=Custom thumbnail size
252=Do you want to upload your files on the public server ImageShack?
253=Don't ask again

161=Custom
162=Send to ImageShack
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Post by Dreamer »

Thank you, Pierre, there are many new features/changes/fixes for me in this new version.

Minor suggestion for SE:

252=Do you want to upload your files on the public server ImageShack?

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252=Do you want to upload your file(s) on the public server ImageShack?
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Post by helmut »

Thanks Pierre, for the 1.93.6. :-)

A minor issue:
Currently it says: #define TXT_Adjust_Keep_Prev_Values "Retain values between sessions"
In some dialogs like "Image > Adjust > Levels..." the same functionality is called differently: "Keep values for next time"
Would be good if this could be unified.
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helmut wrote:Thanks Pierre, for the 1.93.6. :-)

A minor issue:
Currently it says: #define TXT_Adjust_Keep_Prev_Values "Retain values between sessions"
In some dialogs like "Image > Adjust > Levels..." the same functionality is called differently: "Keep values for next time"
Would be good if this could be unified.
Which is best?
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Post by JohnFredC »

"Keep values for next time" is ambiguous. What is meant by "next time"?

"Retain values between sessions" could be un-ambiguous if reworded to... "Retain values between XnView sessions"

But neither is quite satisfactory by itself. There are two conditions that may pertain:
  • 1. Whether the values are maintained within this XnView session

    2. Whether the values are maintained for the next XnView session
#1 is what I would call a "dynamic" option, one that might be changed frequently by the user within the current XnView session. This is best displayed in and controlled by the individual settings dialog(s).

#2 might be termed a "static" or "basic" option. This might best be displayed and controlled by the Options dialog (General page, perhaps?) and applied to all dynamic settings simultaneously.

A method is needed for the user to indicate what settings values in the dialog(s) are the default ones. Currently XnView assumes that "0" adjustments are the defaults...

A separate forum thread where we discuss XnView "terminology" might be useful, too.
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Perhaps a better solution will be to have a 'set as default values' button instead of this checkbox
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Not a good idea??
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Post by JohnFredC »

Hi Pierre

(Sorry, very busy, about to be a grandfather!)
Perhaps a better solution will be to have a 'set as default values' button instead of this checkbox
Yes, I think that would work fine. Some way to "reset to factory defaults " also would be useful.
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Buttons becoming too verbose

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The new function has arrived in dialogs like:
Adjust Hue/Lightness/Saturation

v.1.93.6 Text:
Default values
Previous values

v.1.93.6 B-2 Text:
Factory values
Set as default values
Default values

I don't think simple English commands require more explanation on button:
Zero
Set as default
Default
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JohnFredC wrote:Hi Pierre

(Sorry, very busy, about to be a grandfather!)
Perhaps a better solution will be to have a 'set as default values' button instead of this checkbox
Yes, I think that would work fine. Some way to "reset to factory defaults " also would be useful.
Hm... I don't understand "reset to factory defaults", sounds very industrial. I understand the need of a "reset" but don't like the phrase "factory defaults". "Reset to original defaults" would be ok, wouldn't it?
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Troken wrote:Hm... I don't understand "reset to factory defaults", sounds very industrial. I understand the need of a "reset" but don't like the phrase "factory defaults". "Reset to original defaults" would be ok, wouldn't it?
+1. "Factory defaults" sounds cumbersome and like a complete reset. Why not just: "Reset to default"? Or perhaps even better: a (small) graphical button with a tooltip.
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but 'reset to default' and 'set as default' are almost similar as term, no?
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Re: Buttons becoming too verbose

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marsh wrote:The new function has arrived in dialogs like:
Adjust Hue/Lightness/Saturation
...
Zero
Set as default
Default
Why not :
Default Values
save Custom
Custom Values
?
Last edited by oops66 on Tue Apr 22, 2008 10:15 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Post by Troken »

xnview wrote:but 'reset to default' and 'set as default' are almost similar as term, no?
So you want to distinguish between a complete-original-factory-setting-default and a user-customized-"own"-default?

1. Reset to XnView default
2. Set (custom) default

But I'd like to ask you native english speaking users out there, what you consider appropriate phrases. Apart from "Factory default" ;)

Actually "Factory default" is very descriptive, but there's something with it that doesn't sound suitable for a computer program.
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Re: Buttons becoming too verbose

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oops66 wrote:Why not :
Default Values
save Custom
Custom Values
?
I like this, perhaps with one change:

Save as Custom ?
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