In the darkroom, string "sharpen" in module title is never localised
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The string "sharpen" in the module title of the darkroom is never localised.
I've tested with the French (usual for me) and the Spanish locale.
I've done a bisect:
/usr/local/src/darktable/darktable-2.5.0/ git bisect bad
58a9aa3f68ed7cbfdff7a9ca7f6bd40241517a03 is the first bad commit
Author: Pascal Obry <email@example.com>
Date: Fri Oct 26 17:28:58 2018 +0200
Minor reformatting and style fixes.
:040000 040000 4cbc28483bfec06205b196abd264667ee3acb8ce 80cc02deab1c159917a4f16120bc55b55202d722 M src
Can't be this commit, but I confirm the issue. This is because I have fixed the context translation from:
to what is used in others IOP:
But this does not work for this IOP! Don't know why, really strange.
I've just pushed a fix. Can you test? Thanks.
- % Done changed from 0 to 10
- Target version set to 2.6.0
- Priority changed from Low to Critical
- Assignee set to Pascal Obry
- Status changed from New to Confirmed
- Status changed from Confirmed to Fixed
- % Done changed from 10 to 100
And thanks for reporting.
Pascal Obry wrote:
I've found "tone mapping" is no more in the po file (commented out):
grep 'tone mapping' fr.po
msgid "tone mapping method"
#~ msgid "tone mapping"
Because it is not used. These are English message. Open fr.po and look, you'll see "tone mapping method" translated.
Yes (it appears in the grep result I submited)
But see the attached screeshot
I see, I forgot to fix one C++ file (tonemap.cc)! My mistake should be fixed now. Thanks.
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