What do several labels in locales/*.yml mean?

Added by Ivan Cenov over 4 years ago

Please what context following labels are used in, what do these labels mean:

  • label_attribute_of_user: User's %{name}
  • text_turning_multiple_off: If you disable multiple values, duplicate values will be
    removed in order to preserve only one value per item.
  • label_attribute_of_issue: Issue's %{name}

I need more information so as to translate them.

Replies (2)

RE: What do several labels in locales/*.yml mean? - Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 4 years ago

Ivan Cenov wrote:

  • label_attribute_of_user: User's %{name}

Used in issue filters for custom fields of author and assignee, where %{name} is the custom field name (eg. User's company).

  • text_turning_multiple_off: If you disable multiple values, duplicate values will be
    removed in order to preserve only one value per item.

Displayed on the custom field form as a warning for when unchecking the "Multiple" attribute of an existing custom field.

  • label_attribute_of_issue: Issue's %{name}

Similar to label_attribute_of_user. Used in time entries filters that are based on issues custom fields.

RE: What do several labels in locales/*.yml mean? - Added by Mischa The Evil over 4 years ago

Slightly OT & FWIW: the annotate view of the repository module can come in handy here. You can trace-back these changes by browsing to source:trunk/config/locales/en.yml and using the annotate button above the file info section. Then lookup the respective labels and see which revisions were involved introducing them, and the underlying issues these changesets are referencing (mostly using changeset descriptions).

In this case:
  • label_attribute_of_user: User's %{name}
  • text_turning_multiple_off: If you disable multiple values, duplicate values will be removed in order to preserve only one value per item.
  • label_attribute_of_issue: Issue's %{name}

HTH...

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