On 01/09/2007, at 11:22 PM, Tirumurti Vasudevan wrote:
On 9/1/07, Clytie Siddall <clytie riverland net au> wrote:Yes, the "PPM" string I found in dasher was about printing speed, so Pages Per Minute seemed the most likely explanation. However, it's a popular acronym. ;)the entire dasher application seems to be rather about fonts screen display etc.i dont think it has anything to do with printing. the relevant line in the file msgid 67: #: ../Data/glade/dasher.compose.glade.h:67 #: ../Data/glade/dasher.direct.glade.h:57 #: ../Data/glade/dasher.fullscreen.glade.h:55 #: ../Data/glade/dasher.traditional.glade.h:71 #: ../Data/glade/dashermaemo.glade.h:30 #: ../Data/glade/dashermaemofullscreen.glade.h:27 msgid "Standard letter-based PPM" can you think of anyway "pages per minute" applies here?
I think I was looking at a different string, but in any case, yes, that makes sense to me. Printing has a "letter" size, so to me, that says "Print based on the standard number of pages per minute with the letter size".
This certainly shows how people can interpret the same text differently. ;)
from Clytie (vi-VN, Vietnamese free-software translation team / nhóm Việt hóa phần mềm tự do)
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