No singular/plural differentiation
(Date added: 2009-11-18 15:00:19 GMT)
does not differentiate between singular and plural. However, it is used with a vote counter. So it wrongly displays “1 votes”.
Is it possible to correct?
Thanks a lot.
The blog I need help with is polytoniko.wordpress.com.
The site linked to your name has nothing to do with wordpress!
If you have a wordpress blog, please provide a link starting with http:// so we can see what you are asking about.
@1tess: thanks for pointing it out, but in this particular forum, that rule has to be checked case-by-case, as many .org translators (not necessarily with a .com blog) contribute to the translation effort. @keymangreek is a huge contributor to the Polytonic Greek translation.
@keymangreek: could you point me to the specific string in GP? Also, are the other plural forms correct (i.e. properly editable)?
@vanillalounge: yes, all other forms are OK.
Sorry for my ignorance, but what is GP?
GP = GlotPress
Are “votes” and “Votes”:
Here in GlotPress
I think is this that keymangreek says. I don’t know the context.
@keymangreek & vanillalounge et al
Sorry for the mistaken post. Now I know that “Translations” forum is different.
Aye! Things are obvious after someone points them out…
The string that has no singular, but is used with a counter is “votes”, not “Votes”.
If you make a search in the GP database using “votes” as your argument, you will obtain both “votes” and “Votes”.
The term I mean, is the first. It was added on 2009-11-18.
An example (unfortunately in polytonic Greek) is in the following post:
Thanks for your attention
Yep, looks like an error on the ratings code, not the translation. Will investigate.
Ok, it is indeed a problem on the ratings code. It will be fixed soon
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