AndrewL

Two issues with the Spanish translation

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As soon as I updated to 4.0.12 I noticed some fonts were bigger, like when you set your Windows' fonts to 125%. I didn't like it much but it wasn't big deal. However, I noticed this affected the "by percentage" option in the resize popup:

 

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Previously, it looked like this:

 

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If I come across any other issue, I'll add it in this thread.

 

On another topic, the menu option View / Actual size is wrongly translated to "Tamaño actual" (which means "Current size" in Spanish). The best translation is probably "Tamaño real" (literally "Real size").

 

Thanks!!

 

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For elderly people who have eyes problems, like me, a setting of this kind leads to what is seen.

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Then I looked on this website and it seems that things can be solved.

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Another small issue I found with the Spanish translation. The tooltip (hint) for the history panel, in English says:

 

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History (F6)

Ctrl+Shift+F6 or Ctrl+Shift+Click to Reset

 

And in Spanish it says:

 

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Y la historia (F6) Ctrl + Shift + F6 o Ctrl + Shift + haga clic para Reset

 

That means "And the history...", which doesn't make much sense, only uses one line, "haga clic" (make a click) should simply be "clic", and "Reset", although often understandable, would probably be better if replaced with "Reiniciar". Summarizing:

 

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Historia (F6)

Ctrl + Shift + F6 o Ctrl + Shift + Clic para Reiniciar

 

However, I wasn't able to reset the history. Is it working?

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It resets the location of the History window. Try dragging the window away from the default location then use the keyboard combination.

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