01363: Localization of string "OK"

Summary: Localization of string "OK"
Created: 2015-03-28 16:13
Status: Closed, fixed for 2.2.74.
Category: Bug
From: moisesbr
Priority: 3
Version: Latest (2.2.73)

Description: I've noticed that the quite used string "OK" is not localized, for example in the "password required" form (pmwiki.php line 2061).

I'm building a site in Esperanto. In this language "OK" means "EIGHT"! Imagine yourself seeing a form like this in English:

Password required
Password: [*********** ] [EIGHT]

It's ridiculous. And that's exactly how the translated form appears in Esperanto now...

I think that, as all English text, this string must also be localized. One may wish to alter the default "OK" to a more appropriate string in his/her language. Think in all languages that don't use the latin alphabet, for instance.

moisesbr March 28, 2015, at 04:23 PM

Done, this string will be translatable from the next release (later today). --Petko March 28, 2015, at 05:07 PM

Thanks, Petko! Or as we say in Esperanto: Dankon! moisesbr March 28, 2015, at 10:34 PM

I've added 'OK' to the list of strings in page Localization.XLPageTemplate. moisesbr March 29, 2015, at 04:54 PM

Thanks! If you notice something else that needs fixing, please fix it if you can or notify me. --Petko March 29, 2015, at 05:38 PM

PmWikiEo.XLPage is already fixed, of course ;-) moisesbr April 01, 2015, at 06:54 AM