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Borut
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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by Borut » 01 Feb 2019 16:48

Restarted XY. Looks better (and also "Back to..." may be used now). Strange. But still, for these three I would expect it to show as updated:
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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by admin » 01 Feb 2019 17:24

Indeed. :shock: Should be fixed now.

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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by Leito » 01 Feb 2019 18:07

Borut wrote:
01 Feb 2019 15:24
Also, when I switch to a local translation, the "Back to English (from <xxx>)" is grayed out.
I've also noticed this several times (and prior to v19.60), but haven't been able to replicate consistently.

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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by Nardog » 12 Mar 2019 22:25

May I ask where the new "Pinned", "Unpinned", "Recall", and "Not" appear? I could use some context for my translation.

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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by admin » 12 Mar 2019 23:25

Nardog wrote:
12 Mar 2019 22:25
May I ask where the new "Pinned", "Unpinned", "Recall", and "Not" appear? I could use some context for my translation.
See the screenshots:
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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by Michael Lu » 13 Mar 2019 02:35

I'm not quite understand the meaning of file attribute "Recall", which is introduced in 8.109 lng. Can anyone please give me any reference or explanation?

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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by admin » 13 Mar 2019 09:03

- Pinned = FILE_ATTRIBUTE_PINNED = 0x00080000
- Unpinned = FILE_ATTRIBUTE_UNPINNED = 0x00100000
- Recall = FILE_ATTRIBUTE_RECALL_ON_DATA_ACCESS = 0x00400000
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/window ... -constants
Recall: When this attribute is set, it means that the file or directory is not fully present locally. For a file that means that not all of its data is on local storage (e.g. it may be sparse with some data still in remote storage). For a directory it means that some of the directory contents are being virtualized from another location. Reading the file / enumerating the directory will be more expensive than normal, e.g. it will cause at least some of the file/directory content to be fetched from a remote store. Only kernel-mode callers can set this bit.

The other two are not documented by MS. :roll:

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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by Michael Lu » 13 Mar 2019 09:47

What's the synonym of Recall, please? I'm not sure how to translate it.

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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by admin » 13 Mar 2019 09:59

The point here is that file/directory content has to be fetched from a remote store. Like bring back the real thing. Or remember what it really is about.

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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by Leito » 13 Mar 2019 20:30

@Don: Why did you call (no pun intended) that flag "Recall" only, and not "Recall on data access"? We're losing some context, and "Recall" doesn't mean much by itself. Moreover, it is more difficult to translate accurately.

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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by admin » 13 Mar 2019 20:48

No space.

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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by Michael Lu » 08 Apr 2019 06:40

What's the context of
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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by admin » 08 Apr 2019 08:14

While dropping Outlook messages to XYplorer the Status Bar shows the progress, e.g. " Dropped Message 91/173", " Dropped Message 92/173", " Dropped Message 93/173" ...

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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by MikeHsiao » 24 May 2019 21:21

Found one missing translation in setting Tag's text/background color.
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Re: Multilingual Support

Post by admin » 24 May 2019 22:07

Oha! :oops: :whistle: Thanks for the hint! :tup:

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