Lubomir I. Ivanov
neolit123 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 1 07:24:44 PST 2017
On 1 March 2017 at 17:05, Davide DB <dbdavide at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> While I understand what liter means in a programming language, what
> does it means in Subsurface?
> I found this during translation:
> Even if it's something that fits perfectly could you find a better
> term for the average joe out there?
Literal characters are characters that will be taken literally:
so in the context of qdatetime (see link), if the string has things
like: "H:m" that will produce hour:minutes - e.g. 23:15. - i.e. 'H'
and 'm' are taken "literally".
but if the user has entered characters that are non-supported the
message dialog will be show:
TITLE: tr("Literal characters")
MESSAGE: tr("Non-special character(s) in time format.\nThese will be
used as is. This might not be what you intended.\nSee
"letterale" might be the word in Italian for literal.
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