Ticket #3393 (new enhancement)
Opened 15 months ago
Odd eToys L10n issue
|Reported by:||cjl||Owned by:||bert|
|Priority:||Unspecified by Maintainer||Milestone:||Unspecified by Release Team|
In en_GB, the word "tick" is usually substituted for the en_US "check" when the meaning is as in "check this box". Unfortunately "tick" can also be used in the sense of a "ticking clock".
This string curiously has both meanings of en_GB "tick", which seems fine in en_US, but is odd in en_GB.
e.g. [Check "tickers only"] sounds odd as [Tick "tickers only"]
These strings have suggested (fuzzy) changes from "check" to "tick" and/or "checkbox" to "tickbox"
Can you possibly get a native speaker of the Queen's English to review this issue?