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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003193||The Dark Mod||GUI||public||07.08.2012 16:39||08.08.2012 19:09|
|Priority||normal||Severity||normal||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Product Version||TDM 1.07|
|Target Version||TDM 1.08||Fixed in Version||TDM 1.08|
|Summary||0003193: numofpages accepts integers only and not alphanumeric strings|
|Description||While translating an FM, some books need more pages. The solution would be adding more pages, but this may be a problem because on some languages the FM will shows empty pages.|
The solution is to define the argument of "numofpages" in the file .lang but the numofpages only accept integers and not alphanumeric strings like "#str_XXXX"
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Sounds like an easy fix, and should go into v1.08, because otherwise translations are quite hampered for a long time (shortening readables might not be an option, because a lot of languages produce notable longer text than English, even when one tries to be terse).
Just compare "strangulieren" with "strangle" and "fuchsloch" with "foxhole" - French and Italian are even worse.
Fixed with change #13088 (main) and #5514 (src).
The fix was more complicated, because readables are handled in the scripts, which lacked an event to translate text. This has now been added. In addition, the SDK now properly relays the "onLanguageChanged" to readables, so they can re-init themselves, including a new count of pages (and reset themselves to page 1).
|07.08.2012 16:39||knymed||New Issue|
|07.08.2012 21:27||tels||Assigned To||=> tels|
|07.08.2012 21:27||tels||Status||new => assigned|
|07.08.2012 21:29||tels||Note Added: 0004739|
|07.08.2012 21:29||tels||Target Version||=> TDM 1.08|
|08.08.2012 19:08||tels||Note Added: 0004741|
|08.08.2012 19:08||tels||Status||assigned => resolved|
|08.08.2012 19:08||tels||Fixed in Version||=> TDM 1.08|
|08.08.2012 19:08||tels||Resolution||open => fixed|
|08.08.2012 19:09||tels||Relationship added||child of 0002779|