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Re: Nikola's map

On Sun, Jan 14, 2007 at 08:28:02PM +0100, Jens Granseuer wrote:
> On 14.01.2007 20:02, Torinthiel wrote:
> > On Sun, Jan 14, 2007 at 12:33:12PM +0100, Jens Granseuer wrote:
> > > 
> > > On 13.01.2007 20:18, Nikola Smolenski wrote:
> > > > Here's Serbian translation for .desktop file. I also translated name of the 
> > > > game if you don't mind.
> > > 
> > > Thanks. For some reason patch rejected the diff, so I had to apply manually
> > 
> > Maybe it doesn't like utf-8? Here's the Polish patch for the same file,
> > and as well for the bug you introduced while applying (you've left one
> > stray '+' sign ;)
> Hrm. Thanks. For what it's worth your patch failed as well. For the
> translations we've used UTF-8 patches all the time, though, so that can't
> be the problem.

Well, my patch was labelled as iso-8859-2 (my mistake), but was actually
utf-8, maybe that was the problem. Any you've double translated it ;)
Re-sending it, now gzipped to be sure.

> > Oh, and for some strange reason whe I load Polish or Serbian
> > translation, and go into options menu I get a dot after the Language
> > option. This happens only in those two languages, and I don't see any
> > reason for this in the .tmpl files. Maybe it's just my system again, can
> > someone confirm?

I think the problem lays somewhere else. I also see a small dot after J
(only when it's the hotkey). I see a small dot after y, a and b (and
thus probably any letter) if the text begins with a capital J. If the
capital J is in the middle of a sentence and is a keyword, then it's
not covered completely (the white letter is a bit offset from the orange
one), and the key letter isn't as well covered perfectly if J is at the
beginning of the string. These problems are more apparent if you switch
to DejaVuSans font, but still exist using the default one.

> Not me (unless I misunderstood where it's happening).

Attached a small part of screenshot that shows exactly what's happening.
You can see a dot after 'k' in 'Jezyk' (second option) and if you look
closely you can also see another one after 'J'. Shot taken using
DejaVuSans to make it more apparent.

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