Patch #32435

The “Apply” button translation to Russian

Added by Stanislav Ogryzkov 11 months ago. Updated about 1 month ago.

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Description

Now the “Apply” button (on the “Update” issue page) is translated to Russian as «Принять» while should be translated as «Применить».

If there's some Russian language file I could fix myself and attach it here, please attach one.

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#1 Updated by Vasili Korol 10 months ago

If this is about the "Accept" button (btn_submit), then the current translation "Принять" is correct.
I can't find any "Apply" buttons in my Redmine 3.4.11, that are translated wrongly to Russian.

#2 Updated by Stanislav Ogryzkov 10 months ago

Vasili Korol wrote:

If this is about the “Accept” button (btn_submit), then the current translation «Принять» is correct. I can't find any “Apply” buttons in my Redmine 3.4.11, that are translated wrongly to Russian.

Thanks for the correction. I really thought that the button's label in English was “Apply” (that should be translated into Russian as «Применить»). Now I've opened my Redmine in English and seen the original button's code is

<input type="submit" name="commit" value="Submit">
so its translation into Russian must be corrected anyway but to «Отправить» (a “classical” translation for “Submit” buttons in Russian UIs).

#3 Updated by Vasili Korol 10 months ago

Okay, i see your point.
But I don't have a strong opinion here. Personally, I don't find the current translation confusing.

#4 Updated by VVD VVD about 1 month ago

"Сохранить" look better for me.

#5 Updated by VVD VVD about 1 month ago

But it used in several places:

app/views/timelog/bulk_edit.html.erb:<p><%= submit_tag l(:button_submit) %></p>
app/views/messages/show.html.erb:  <%= submit_tag l(:button_submit) %>
app/views/sudo_mode/new.html.erb:  <%= submit_tag l(:button_submit) %>
app/views/sudo_mode/_new_modal.html.erb:    <%= submit_tag l(:button_submit), onclick: "hideModal(this);"  %>
app/views/account/lost_password.html.erb:      <%= submit_tag l(:button_submit) %>
app/views/account/register.html.erb:<%= submit_tag l(:button_submit) %>
app/views/issues/_edit.html.erb:    <%= submit_tag l(:button_submit) %>
app/views/issues/_conflict.html.erb:<p><%= submit_tag l(:button_submit) %></p>
app/views/issues/bulk_edit.html.erb:    <%= submit_tag l(:button_submit) %>

And in plugins too, for example in redmine_dmsf:
plugins/redmine_dmsf/app/controllers/dmsf_workflows_controller.rb:    if params[:commit] == l(:button_submit)
plugins/redmine_dmsf/app/controllers/dmsf_workflows_controller.rb:    if (params[:commit] == l(:button_submit)) &&
plugins/redmine_dmsf/app/views/dmsf_workflows/_action.html.erb:    <%= submit_tag l(:button_submit), name: 'commit', onclick: 'hideModal(this);' %>
plugins/redmine_dmsf/app/views/dmsf_workflows/_assign.html.erb:    <%= submit_tag l(:button_submit), name: 'commit', onclick: 'hideModal(this);' %>
plugins/redmine_dmsf/test/functional/dmsf_workflow_controller_test.rb:        commit: l(:button_submit),
plugins/redmine_dmsf/test/functional/dmsf_workflow_controller_test.rb:        commit: l(:button_submit),
plugins/redmine_dmsf/test/functional/dmsf_workflow_controller_test.rb:      commit: l(:button_submit),
plugins/redmine_dmsf/test/functional/dmsf_workflow_controller_test.rb:      commit: l(:button_submit),

#6 Updated by VVD VVD about 1 month ago

Forgot to say that it's line "button_submit: Принять" in file "config/locales/ru.yml".

#7 Updated by Vasili Korol about 1 month ago

Both "Отправить" and "Сохранить" are commonly used as translations for "Submit" in computer software. Either of the words will work here.

#8 Updated by Stanislav Ogryzkov about 1 month ago

Vasili Korol wrote:

Both «Отправить» and «Сохранить» are commonly used as translations for “Submit” in computer software. Either of the words will work here.

I agree that both are better than the current translation «Принять».

However, «Отправить» is a better Russian name for <input type="submit" name="commit" value="Submit">.

«Сохранить» is better when the original button's name in English is “Save”.

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