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  • Isomorphic
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    Those are values from the DateDisplayFormat and DateTimeDisplayFormat enums. If you find the values are wrong for a locale, please do correct them.

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  • alexey.wiesner
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    finished Russian translation.

    what are actually these properties mean?
    Code:
    date_shortDateFormat        toUSShortDate
    date_shortDatetimeFormat    toUSShortDatetime
    date_dateSeparator          /
    I see they are nowhere translated.

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  • sjivan
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    The next build will have the updated translations.

    Sanjiv

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  • msturzen
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    How long does it take smartgwt to pick up new translastions?

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  • msturzen
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    updated 99translations as suggested.

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  • smartgwt.dev
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    Originally posted by msturzen
    Updated german translation
    Thanks. Can you update it on the 99translations project? Changes made there will be picked up by Smart GWT.

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  • msturzen
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    Updated german translation
    Attached Files

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  • Noktasal
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    Turkish Properties File
    Attached Files

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  • Noktasal
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    Hi Sanjiv and all,

    I see that Turkish translation is missing , i will translate and upload it to 99 translations.

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  • Luke1
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    Czech updated on 100%.

    Can anybody change the flag to right one (it was written one year ago and nothing changed)? Or is it problem of 99translations?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Czech_republic

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  • haattila
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    Serbian translation updated to 99translations

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  • sjivan
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    Originally posted by d.cavestro
    Hi sjivan,
    I'd like to add the italian translation for new resources, but I have some difficulties cause I don't understand the need of variable $builderType...
    To go into particulars, italian have masculine and feminine nouns, hence some sentencies should use an appropriate article based upon the gender of the $builderType value. So I need to know if its value is always determined by the formulaBuilder_builderTypeText key, or wathever other logic.

    But if it has always the same static value, wouldn't it be simpler (and safer, for italian localization) not to use that injected variable and leave it directly expanded into the sentence?

    Moreover it seems that the variable injection is not properly working (at least on nightly build 2010-12-20):
    for instance I see the message Invalid ${builderType}: ${errorText} (derived from the following localization entry)
    Code:
    formulaBuilder_invalidBuilderPrompt=Invalid $builderType\: $errorText
    where I think the variable should be instead dinamically substituted with an injected value.
    I've tried italian and english localization with the same result.
    Same problem with summary builder.


    I'll wait for your answer to insert the interested translations.

    Cheers
    Davide
    I've fixed the issue with variable substitution. Regarding the actual placement of the variable, it is exposed in the translation because some languages will need to have them placed differently in a sentence and not always at the end. For example some Arabic locales.

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  • RAS
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    Hello,
    I'm new to smartGWT. Can anyone tell me how can i use this project in my project? I'm using smartGWT 2.2.

    Thanks.

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  • d.cavestro
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    Originally posted by sjivan
    The following new resources have been added.
    ...
    formulaBuilder_builderTypeText=Formula
    formulaBuilder_invalidBuilderPrompt=Invalid $builderType: $errorText
    formulaBuilder_invalidBlankPrompt=Invalid blank $builderType
    l
    Hi sjivan,
    I'd like to add the italian translation for new resources, but I have some difficulties cause I don't understand the need of variable $builderType...
    To go into particulars, italian have masculine and feminine nouns, hence some sentencies should use an appropriate article based upon the gender of the $builderType value. So I need to know if its value is always determined by the formulaBuilder_builderTypeText key, or wathever other logic.

    But if it has always the same static value, wouldn't it be simpler (and safer, for italian localization) not to use that injected variable and leave it directly expanded into the sentence?

    Moreover it seems that the variable injection is not properly working (at least on nightly build 2010-12-20):
    for instance I see the message Invalid ${builderType}: ${errorText} (derived from the following localization entry)
    Code:
    formulaBuilder_invalidBuilderPrompt=Invalid $builderType\: $errorText
    where I think the variable should be instead dinamically substituted with an injected value.
    I've tried italian and english localization with the same result.
    Same problem with summary builder.


    I'll wait for your answer to insert the interested translations.

    Cheers
    Davide

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  • csillag
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    Updated Hungarian to 100%.

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