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Re: Localistion support (foreign languages)

Posted: Thu Mar 04, 2021 12:45 am
by VK3KYY
IZ2EIB wrote:
Wed Mar 03, 2021 10:09 pm
Hi Roger.
Thank you for changing your mind about adding the possibility of activating or deactivating the LEDs, this makes me very happy.
Finally now I can enjoy the chance to listen to the DMR in the most complete darkness, when previously the flashing of the LEDs was quite annoying to me.
Many, many thanks Roger!

Out of curiosity, what is the purpose of the ".buttons" entry in the new LANGUAGE.h file?
Thanks.

I am pretty sure I did not dream of it, but last night when I updated my GD-77 with the new firmware OpenGD77_20210303855, a message in English with confirmation request (OK) has appeared inherent to the upgrade.
Unfortunately I pressed OK (green button) without paying too much attention to what was written on the display and with subsequent updates I have not seen it anymore.
What is it about?
Thanks.

73 best regards de Fabio IZ2EIB
.buttons is for the Display Option for "mode".
In this display "mode" the backlight only illuminated when a button is pressed. i.e it does not illuminate when a signal is received

Re: LEDs disabling
Daniel added this (and the buttons mode)

I would also like to add a % option to the LEDs to make them dim with the same value as the display backlight, but at the moment I don't know if the hardware supports PWM on the LED pin.

Re: Localistion support (foreign languages)

Posted: Thu Mar 04, 2021 10:37 pm
by IZ2EIB
Thanks Roger for the kind explanation and thanks also to Daniel for the new interesting features.

73 best regards de Fabio IZ2EIB

Re: Localistion support (foreign languages)

Posted: Fri Apr 02, 2021 2:50 pm
by IZ2EIB
Hi guys.
Here is the updated italian.h and wordlist_italian.csv files for the current Development release:
italian.h+wordlist_italian.cvs_02042021.zip
(6.41 KiB) Downloaded 6 times
This time it is particularly difficult for me to be able to translate to the best without exceeding the 16 characters available for viewing on the GD-77's display, so for scanning I had to use its acronym 'SCAN'.
I find translation made by Roger in wordlist_italian.csv well done, so from my side no change there.

IZ2EIB wrote:
Wed Mar 03, 2021 10:09 pm
I am pretty sure I did not dream of it, but last night when I updated my GD-77 with the new firmware OpenGD77_20210303855, a message in English with confirmation request (OK) has appeared inherent to the upgrade.
Unfortunately I pressed OK (green button) without paying too much attention to what was written on the display and with subsequent updates I have not seen it anymore.
I understood that this is a message aimed at highlighting the success of the firmware update:

+----------+
|Settings|
| update |
+----------+


OK


As always a dutiful thanks to Roger, Daniel F1RMB and of course all the people involved in the OpenGD77 project for the time and resources spent on the whole community in order to provide new features, improvements and bugs fix.
Thanks!

73 best regards de Fabio IZ2EIB

Re: Localistion support (foreign languages)

Posted: Fri Apr 02, 2021 3:14 pm
by F1RMB
Hi Fabio,

I was going to raise a PR, but the translation for ".scan_dwell_time" is way too long, as ":480ms" (max) have to fit on the right side.
I just tried to use Google Translate, and it's even longer than the good French translation (which I had to shorten).


Cheers.
---
Daniel

Re: Localistion support (foreign languages)

Posted: Fri Apr 02, 2021 6:59 pm
by IZ2EIB
F1RMB wrote:
Fri Apr 02, 2021 3:14 pm
I was going to raise a PR, but the translation for ".scan_dwell_time" is way too long, as ":480ms" (max) have to fit on the right side.
Really sorry Daniel, my bad!
Let's see if this way it can be fine:

.scan_dwell_time = "Ciclo SCAN"
italian.zip
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"Ciclo SCAN" is 10 characters, ":480ms" is 6 characthers, so now the total number of characters for translation is 16.
Still many excuses for the error.
Thanks!

73 best regards de Fabio IZ2EIB

Re: Localistion support (foreign languages)

Posted: Fri Apr 02, 2021 7:00 pm
by F1RMB
Hi Fabio,
IZ2EIB wrote:
Fri Apr 02, 2021 6:59 pm
F1RMB wrote:
Fri Apr 02, 2021 3:14 pm
I was going to raise a PR, but the translation for ".scan_dwell_time" is way too long, as ":480ms" (max) have to fit on the right side.
Really sorry Daniel, my bad!
Let's see if this way it can be fine:

.scan_dwell_time = "Ciclo SCAN"

italian.zip

"Ciclo SCAN" is 10 characters, ":480ms" is 6 characthers, so now the total number of characters for translation is 16.
Still many excuses for the error.
Thanks!

73 best regards de Fabio IZ2EIB

No worries. Thanks for the fix.

I will raise the PR right away.


Cheers.
---
Daniel

Re: Localistion support (foreign languages)

Posted: Tue Apr 06, 2021 11:06 pm
by VK3KYY
The VFO scan words of "Low" and "High" can now be translated

The files have been updated on github to include those words

https://github.com/rogerclarkmelbourne/ ... /languages

Please can anyone interested, provide translations for those on-screen texts, and also tell me whether the same text / words is OK for the Voice Prompts, and if not, please also post the translations needed for the voice prompts

Re: Localistion support (foreign languages)

Posted: Thu Apr 08, 2021 3:00 pm
by DG3GSP
Translation Update 4.6: Add Scan dwell, high, low

I am not sure if the translation of high/low is 100% ok / meaningful because i did not find any details in the manual about the application..

P.S: I will update the wordlist for the voicepromts soon and post it here.

Re: Localistion support (foreign languages)

Posted: Fri Apr 09, 2021 8:24 am
by DG3GSP
Updated wordlist

Re: Localistion support (foreign languages)

Posted: Fri Apr 09, 2021 9:46 am
by IZ2EIB
Hi Roger and everyone .
Here is the updated italian.h and wordlist_italian.csv files for the current Development release:
italian.h+wordlist_italian.cvs_09042021.zip
(6.43 KiB) Downloaded 2 times
Hoping not to have exceeded the limit in number of characters imposed by the LCD display of the GD-77.
As always a big thank especially to Roger, Daniel F1RMB and all the people involved in the OpenGD77 project for the time and resources spent on the whole community in order to provide new features, improvements and bugs fix.
Many, many thanks!

73 best regards de Fabio IZ2EIB