Bug#481683: installation guide: translated entities have different formatting - Debian

This is a discussion on Bug#481683: installation guide: translated entities have different formatting - Debian ; Package: installation-guide A word generated out of a translated entity has different formatting than one generated from the default "translation" in common.ent. Example: When I have no line for the entity &escapekey; in my de.ent (l10n entites) file, the output ...

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  1. Bug#481683: installation guide: translated entities have different formatting

    Package: installation-guide

    A word generated out of a translated entity has different
    formatting than one generated from the default "translation"
    in common.ent.

    Example:
    When I have no line for the entity &escapekey; in my
    de.ent (l10n entites) file, the output is
    "Esc" written in bold font

    When I _have_ a line for this entity, let's say
    Esc-Taste">
    in my de.ent, the output is
    "Esc-Taste" _but_written_in_standard_font, _not_bold_



    Kind regards
    Holger





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  2. Bug#481683: installation guide: translated entities have different formatting

    On Sat, May 17, 2008 at 11:52:44PM +0200, Holger Wansing wrote:
    >
    > When I _have_ a line for this entity, let's say
    > Esc-Taste">
    > in my de.ent, the output is
    > "Esc-Taste" _but_written_in_standard_font, _not_bold_


    Is it because the original (English) definition looks like the
    following?

    Esc">

    I.e. you are using different tag.

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  3. Bug#481683: installation guide: translated entities have different formatting


    On Sun, 18 May 2008 16:58:03 +0200 Miroslav Kure wrote:
    > > When I _have_ a line for this entity, let's say
    > > Esc-Taste">
    > > in my de.ent, the output is
    > > "Esc-Taste" _but_written_in_standard_font, _not_bold_

    >
    > Is it because the original (English) definition looks like the
    > following?
    >
    > Esc">
    >
    > I.e. you are using different tag.


    Uuh, indeed. I didn't looked at this carefully:
    I used guibutton tag, while english uses keycap tag.

    Sorry
    I will close this bugreport.


    Kind regards
    Holger




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