Fisherman's Friend Posted December 18, 2007 Share Posted December 18, 2007 Since the final release of 3.20, there were reports that the localisations of the brightness/contrast adjustment are buggy. Now it seems for me that not the translations have bugs, but Paint.NET itself. 1) Not only PT-BR and DE are affected but other languages as well. 2) I converted the .RESOURCES files to the resx-format using ResGen from the .Net 2 SDK. Looking inside the RESX files (readable for human beings) I found this: From PaintDotNet.Strings.3.PT-BR: Brilho (...) Contraste From PaintDotNet.Strings.3.DE: Helligkeit (...) Kontrast 3) Now the English PaintDotNet.Strings.3 to compare it: Brightness (...) Contrast I, as a noob, don't know the actual influence of the typo ("Adjustmnet") but for me it looks as the text strings are present and translated but Paint.NET doesn't use them. If I'm correct, this is no mistake of the translators and it will not be useful the forward it to them. It's a bug of Paint.NET itself. :?: I hope this is a help. Note: I made this new topic to have a central place for it, also I don't think it belongs to the Paint.NET 3.20 thread where I wrote about this issue before. And I decided for the bugs section rather than the localization part, as in my eyes this is a bug while the localization is correct. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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