1.91 English Translation / List of new strings

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1.91 English Translation / List of new strings

Post by helmut » Sat May 12, 2007 8:20 am

In a couple of days, XnView 1.91 will release. There will be some minor changes, only, so low expectations, please ;-)

The list of new strings in 1.91:

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#define TXT_SeqConvert_Fit_Over                 "Fit over (W or H)"
#define TXT_Iptc_Location                       "Location"
#define TXT_Iptc_Content_Location_Code          "Content location code"
#define TXT_Iptc_Content_Location_Name          "Content location name"
#define TXT_Iptc_Contact                        "Contact"
#define TXT_Show_Video_First_Frame              "Show first frame for videos"
#define TXT_Option_Single_ESC                   "Single ESC press to quit XnView"
#define TXT_Audio_Loop                          "Audio loop"
#define TXT_NviewMenu_Real_Size                 "Real size\tCtrl+Numpad -"
#define TXT_Option_No_Multiple_Same_File        "No multiple view for same file"

#define TXT_String_Only_On_Start_Fullscreen     "Only when started on fullscreen"
#define TXT_String_Infos_Extra_Info             "Extra info"

If you think there's a better wording for one of the above strings, please let us know, here.
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Post by helmut » Sat May 12, 2007 8:25 am

Currently I'm translating to German. I have a couple of questions (which might be interesting for other translators, too):

- What's the difference between TXT_Single_ESC_To_Exit and TXT_Option_Single_ESC?

- What does "Fit over (W or H)" do? Where is it shown?

- What does "Real size" do?

- What is "Extra info"?

(I know those things have been all discussed here in the forum, recently, but I don't want to search for each single topic.)

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Post by marsh » Sat May 12, 2007 8:33 am

helmut wrote: - What does "Fit over (W or H)" do? Where is it shown?
That label should be changed to something more descriptive (it is new batch convert option). I think it works like this:
[x]Fit to greater of width or height ??
Pierre mentions possibly changing the label in another topic.:)

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Post by xnview » Sat May 12, 2007 8:52 am

helmut wrote: - What's the difference between TXT_Single_ESC_To_Exit and TXT_Option_Single_ESC?
TXT_Single_ESC_To_Exit is to use ESC to quit when you launch it from windows explorer
TXT_Option_Single_ESC is to always use ESC to quit XnView
- What does "Fit over (W or H)" do? Where is it shown?
In Batch convert/Transformations/Resize
- What does "Real size" do?
It's to show a picture in real size, for example if the picture is 21x29.7cm, you'll have a view on the screen with the size 21x29.7cm
- What is "Extra info"?
Extra info found in file format
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Post by XnTriq » Sun May 13, 2007 6:45 pm

marsh wrote:
helmut wrote: - What does "Fit over (W or H)" do? Where is it shown?
That label should be changed to something more descriptive (it is new batch convert option). I think it works like this:
[x]Fit to greater of width or height ??
Pierre mentions possibly changing the label in another topic.:)
An illustration from this article on Photoweb (fr»en) helped me understand what it means:

[quote="Olivier_G (What is "Fit over (W or H)")"]Here is an illustration (taken from 'Photoweb'):
__________Fit in_____________________Fit over________
Image[/quote]
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Post by helmut » Sun May 13, 2007 8:21 pm

XnTriq wrote:An illustration from this article on Photoweb (fr»en) helped me understand what it means´:
Thank you, XnTriq for the link and the illustration. I have a better understanding, now. :-)

Before finding a good German wording I wonder whether the English is correct: "Fit over (W or H)" is rather somthing like "Fit by cropping (W or H)", isn't it?

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Post by XnTriq » Mon May 14, 2007 2:30 am

helmut wrote:Before finding a good German wording I wonder whether the English is correct: "Fit over (W or H)" is rather somthing like "Fit by cropping (W or H)", isn't it?
Kodak calls it “Zoom & Trim”, “Zoom et recadrage” and “Zoomen und Zuschneiden”.
Kodak EasyShare Gallery ([url=http://www.kodakgallery.com/HelpAboutPrints.jsp#zoom]Zoom & Trim printing option[/url]) wrote:Zoom & Trim ON

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Most photographers prefer their photos to be printed out to all four edges of the photo paper, so it is standard practice at our digital lab (and at most photo processors) for Zoom & Trim ON to be the default setting. However, some cropping may occur on objects near the edges of the print, as in this example.

Zoom & Trim OFF

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Turning Zoom & Trim OFF centers your photo, and usually results in white borders on two sides of the print. We recommend turning Zoom & Trim OFF only if it is essential to show the entire image (for example, if your photo is square or has been manipulated to be very wide or very tall). You cannot turn Zoom & Trim off for Wallet-size prints.
This seems to be the terminology most commonly used by online photo printing services, so many users are probably already familiar with it.
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Post by helmut » Mon May 14, 2007 11:01 pm

What's the difference between TXT_Show_Video_First_Frame (new) and TXT_Show_First_Frame?

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Post by XnTriq » Mon May 14, 2007 11:25 pm

xnview ([url=http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?p=48283#48283]Video Thumbnails[/url]) wrote:
David.P wrote: Do you think there is a way to maybe have a setting where you can specify "extract video thumbnail at x seconds / at x percent of video duration"?
Ok, i'll add it

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Post by helmut » Mon May 14, 2007 11:47 pm

XnTriq wrote:
xnview ([url=http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?p=48283#48283]Video Thumbnails[/url]) wrote:
David.P wrote: Do you think there is a way to maybe have a setting where you can specify "extract video thumbnail at x seconds / at x percent of video duration"?
Ok, i'll add it
Thanks for the reference, XnTriq. I guess this option relates to topic "Video files in preview still show".

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Post by xnview » Tue May 15, 2007 6:34 am

helmut wrote: Thanks for the reference, XnTriq. I guess this option relates to topic "Video files in preview still show".
Yes, it's that option
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Post by Troken » Tue May 15, 2007 10:15 am

In which of the two tranlationfiles shall the new strings be copied into? "stringsv.h" or "xnviewsv.h"?

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Post by XnTriq » Tue May 15, 2007 8:15 pm

I see Helmut is done with the 1.91 German Translation, ...
helmut wrote:

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#define TXT_SeqConvert_Fit_Over                 "Einpassen (Breite oder Höhe)"
... and I've got more suggestions for the English version:

Cerious Software chose the term “Aspect Fit”, ...
ThumbsPlus v7 help wrote:
  • Aspect Fit. This selection sets how ThumbsPlus treats an original whose dimensions are of a different ratio than the destination. In other words, it controls the size of the destination file.
    • Both. The final image fits in the specified rectangle as closely as possible.
    • Width. The final image will be the same width as the specified width.
    • Height. The final image must be the same height as the specified height.
    • Ignore. The aspect ratio of the original is ignored.
  • Background color. If Aspect Fit is set to Both, when resizing to a size that does not match the original aspect ratio, a background is added. Here you may select the color of that background.
ThumbsPlus v3 manual ([url=http://www.cerious.com/manual3/viewimag.shtml#Rotate]Rotate & Resize[/url]) wrote:
  • Aspect Fit. This selection sets how ThumbsPlus treats an original whose dimensions are of a different ratio than the destination. In other words, it controls the size of the destination file.
    • Fit Both. The final image fits in the specified rectangle as closely as possible.
    • Fit Height. The final image must be the same height as the specified height.
    • Fit Width. The final image will be the same width as the specified width.
    • Bounding Box. Most useful for rotations: the final image size is calculated as the size necessary to include the entire image after rotation. This avoids cutting of corners or edges.
    • None. The aspect ratio of the original is ignored.
... while PhotoAccess went for “Shrink with Borders”.
PhotoAccess FAQ ([url=http://www.photoaccess.com/user/csFaq.jsp?#crop]How do I crop my photos?[/url]) wrote:Image Shrink with Borders

This option prints your entire image, and fills out the rest of the photo paper with blank white space. This option guarantees you will see your entire image, no matter the print size.

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Post by SeaMaiden » Sun Jun 17, 2007 3:06 am

#define TXT_NviewMenu_Real_Size "Real size\tCtrl+Numpad -"
Are there any typos in that?
tCtrl+Numpad -
Does that mean Ctrl+t plus Numpad+- ?

I do not understand.
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Post by helmut » Sun Jun 17, 2007 10:59 am

SeaMaiden wrote:
#define TXT_NviewMenu_Real_Size "Real size\tCtrl+Numpad -"
Are there any typos in that?
Which typos do you mean? "\t" is a tab separator.
SeaMaiden wrote:
tCtrl+Numpad -
Does that mean Ctrl+t plus Numpad+- ?
Yes. I guess it's not "Numpad + - " for two reasons:
- "Numpad-" is easier to read and understand than "Numpad+-" (or even "Numpad++")
- "+" indicates a key combination, e.g. "Ctrl+V". For the numpad it's not a key combination, only a special key on the keyboard.

So I think everythings is correct, isn't it?

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