Re: OK vs. Ok

> Sorry, I forgot this point. Appart from the hack in gwidget.c. As for
> gettext "OK" and "&OK" or "_OK" are different strings so there would be no
> problem to give them different translations. Anyway, it's time consuming to
> check every OK message in the code and look for side effects...

Not only it is time consuming.  It is wrong.  We should not expect the
translators to be experts in anything but their language.

> I would just try the "&Ok" -> "&OK"

Not now, OK? :-)

> Did I say I don't like the "cannot"? :(

Sorry, I can't make everyone happy :-)

Pavel Roskin

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