On March 4, 2007, Krzysztof Lichota wrote:
> Aaron J. Seigo napisaÅ(a):
> > On March 4, 2007, Krzysztof Lichota wrote:
> >> 3. UI is not awesome and I want to run it through kde-accessibility
> >> before committing. Maybe they come up with better design.
> > perhaps something that mentions the application name, e.g. this (well,
> > it's kde4-ish, but whatever =):
> > i18n("Select which language to use in %1 below",
> > KGlobal::mainComponent().aboutData()->programName());
> Is this the translated name?
> > and isn't the fall back language always american english? if so, then
> > perhaps you can get rid of the "Add Fallback Languae" button and always
> > have a fall back language set to "American English". if the user changes
> > that, then add another combo below set to "American English"...
> Currently it is set to "None" when fallback is added. Some nations could
> feel offended if "American" is used. I think that users might also not
> understand that they can change it.
> Anyway, I will send an e-mail about it to kde-usability (I have changed
> usability to accessibility in my previous e-mail), we will see what they
> > how does one remove fallback languages?
> You set it to "None". Maybe button "Remove last fallback language" would
> be better.
or just a "Remove" button next to it on the right, so it's obvious? this way
you can use the same combo, but only put a "Remove" on the non-us-english
Primary: [ russian ]
Fallback: [ zulu ] ( Remove )
Fallback: [ spanish ] ( Remove )
Fallback: [ us english ]
Aaron J. Seigo
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