[wp-polyglots] Last Call for 1.5.1 String Updates
albert+wppoly at cdr.se
Thu Apr 21 11:46:52 GMT 2005
On Thu, 21 Apr 2005 13:33:21 +0200, Mihailo Stefanović <mikis at mikis.org>
> No, the collon (":") is all right, but you'll notice that sometimes
> there is a space before it, and sometimes there isn't, as in:
> E-mail: %s
> E-mail : %s
I completely agree, I just read too much into the first list.
>> Is this possible? Does it make sense in all other languages?
>> I guess there
>> could exist some language where it would take three or more
>> sentences to
>> express the same thing in an understandable way.
> I think it is possible, as all those "instructions" are duplicate
> anyway. Furthermore, are they really necessary? Maybe we should
> reconsider this warning messages. Is it really neccessary these days to
> explain what "OK" and "Cancel" does? How about rephrasing first part of
> the string, and leaving only (for example):
> "Are you sure you want to delete this post?"
For me, the best answer to such question would be "Yes" or "No", not OK or
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