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Forum .LRN Q&A: S_M_T_W_T_F_S translation

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Posted by Luigi Martini on
In Italy (and not only) the days of the week start on Monday (Lunedì, where "dì" comes from latin "dies" just like the English "day", and "luna" means "moon": indeed quite close to "monday").
I do not know what this string is used for.
I should probably translate it D_L_M_M_G_V_S thus starting on Sunday (Domenica, from latin Dominus -> Lord -> God -> Sun) anyway.
Am I correct? Shall I go for S_M_T_W_T_F_S?
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Posted by Lars Pind on
I've fixed acs-datetime and calendar so they can display weeks starting on Monday, and I no longer should be using that message key at all. But I think I've missed a couple places, so I'll fix that now. For now, just do anything or nothing, it won't be used. :)
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Posted by Jorge Garcia on
 
Hi, Lars.
Are available those changes also to OACS 4.6?
Thanks.
/Jorge
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Posted by Luigi Martini on
Thanks, Lars.
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Posted by Lars Pind on
Jorge,

Sorry, no.

We're working exclusively on the trunk, that is, upcoming 4.7 release.

/Lars

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Posted by Lars Pind on
Okay, this has been fixed in CVS.

I don't know when the translation server will get updated, but you shouldn't translate the following up acs-datetime:

- names of weekdays

- names of months

- S_M_T_...

/Lars