"Choose this tab if you would like to see page info previously to apply
To me, both the meaning and the grammar seem to be dysfunctional. It's a
recently added string, which must have passed into the code without
Can anyone explain what it's supposed to mean?
It's similar to "Choose this tab if you would like to see a list of the
Sveinn í Felli
Hi again :),
another update for today, just as small as the last one:
For Windows, we now have a 32bit Inkscape 0.92 portable file on the
website, which is linked from:
Thank you for your help!
Dear website translators,
Bryce and Eduard have made downloads for the 0.91.1pre0 version
available for testers, and thus the page
changed (section at the bottom with prereleases for 0.92 was replaced by
the current prerelease).
If you aren't subscribed to the devel mailing list, you may also find it
interesting to know that string freeze for the main program is scheduled
for January, 31st, and that the first week of February is meant for us
to update translations (dates may change, though!)
Hello! When Inkscape language is set in Russian, there is untranslatable
strings in Preferences -> Tools -> Shapes> Pencil:
"Base simplify" and "on dynamic LPE simplify".
P.S. I've added point "Comment[ru]=" for translating the comment in
shortcut /usr/share/applications/inkscape.desktop. It's enclosed,
please, merge it.
Hi website translators,
here come the latest website updates:
- I have unpublished a couple of outdated download pages (not
English, German, Portuguese), as was planned, so as to not confuse users
with outdated download info. You can re-publish them when you're done
translating! I'm hoping we'll see them up again soon ;-)
In the process, I had to delete two pages (one Russian, one Chinese),
because trying to unpublish them gave server errors. I'm sorry for any
additional work this will cause for the translators, but there wasn't
another way to have up-to-date contents on the website :(
- Bryce updated the 'the next release' page:
(he marked a couple more things as class="done", and changed a couple of
the list items at the bottom)
- https://inkscape.org/en/download/linux/ and
https://inkscape.org/en/download/development-versions/ have been updated
to include the snap and macports info (Sylvan already found them ;-) ).
- I've added a short new news article about snap and macports being
- For all languages, except pt, fr and pt-br, I've updated the images in
the front shield (for pt, fr, es + pt-br, I only bumped the version
number). Can you do the updates for your respective languages, Duarte,
Sylvain and Roberto (and maybe someone could do it for Spanish)? I've
been a bit stretched lately ;-)
Going to start translating now, hope you'll join me :)
I'd like to ask you to add Slovak (sk) to the website, which I'd like to
translate (username: helix84).
I'd also like to ask you to remove Czech (cs), which I used to translate
before the new website launched and AFAICT it doesn't currently have any
Thanks in advance.
it seems as if website editing has left the rough waters (for the
moment), at least it wasn't taking too long when I tried now.
So, there are two new changes:
- The Front Shield images have been exchanged, for the four most-voted
entries of the About Screen Contest.
(Home page: https://inkscape.org/en/)
- Martin has edited the Debugging page and published it now (the only
changes are in the topmost section, above 'Debugging with GDB'):
I'm expecting the Mac downloads page to be updated soon for the newly
available packages via macports, and the Linux download pages for the
snap package. I'm still working on collecting contents from their
packagers, as I'm not familiar with either format.
Spanish, Portuguese and German are ready already :)
I've asked Bryce, and it was intentional to not update the pages before
the actual release, to make sure that nothing can slip out before the
release, like it did last time, when some news portals announced a
version that wasn't out yet.
Thank you for your work - Spanish, Portuguese and German download pages
are up to date (special thanks to Jabier, who doesn't usually help with