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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0018506||MediaMonkey 5||Help / Docs / Localization||public||2021-11-03 04:35||2021-11-06 18:22|
|Target Version||5.0.2||Fixed in Version||5.0.2|
|Summary||0018506: Skin string tweaks|
|Description||There are a couple of seemingly unnecessary/duplicate strings introduced in the Material Design skin.|
1) Color theme. Is this the same as 'Theme color:' which was already introduced for the groove skin? We should probably just use one or the other.
2) Display size. We can just use 'Size' which already exists.
3) Size strings:
Compact --> Small (already exists)
Normal --> can be left as 'Normal' or 'Default' (whatever you think makes more sense--both already exist)
Note also: I'm not sure if these are set up for localization as I didn't see e.g. 'Color theme' in weblate
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|Fixed in build||2516|
1) Good point.... I think there's a difference between the two. For Material Design, I think "Color theme" applies, because it's a theme based around multiple different colors. But Monkey Groove only uses a single color. Perhaps Monkey Groove's could be changed just to "Color"? The word by itself could prove useful in other contexts in the future.
As discussed offline:
We'll use strings for 'Theme' (for MD) and 'Color' (for Groove).
||Fixed in 2515|
||MG Still state "Theme" instead "Color"|
||Oops - must have been a mistake. Fixed for next build.|
All OK now.