[Users] Bug candidate - Trash button has an incorrect name [SOLUTION]
soldes at gmx.fr
Sun Jan 10 18:51:54 CET 2016
Ok, reading you all, it starts to make sense ...
So eventually Slavko was right this is a translation issue !!
In English, most of the time, verbs use the very same word as nouns.
Example : "a trash" "to trash"
Whilst on other languages, we use different nouns
for example in French, "corbeille" you will absolutely never find a verb for it ... apart from "effacer" which is completely different.
Now it appears that these buttons have been incorrectly translated in some non-English languages
and if you want to make an action which is to open you recycle bin
I am sorry but you WILL DELETE YOUR CURRENT MESSAGE, this is a fact ...
So I won't make a fuss of it, I just wanted to report what occured to me and how I fixed it myself by renaming, correctly, the buttons ...
El Sun, 10 Jan 2016 18:33:40 +0100
Michael Schwendt <bugs.michael at gmx.net> escribió:
> On Fri, 8 Jan 2016 21:26:56 +0100, KA wrote:
> > Hi Liz,
> > I understand your point. However, this button with this icon, IMHO, can be confused with the one on the left pane that is to "see" what is in the trash directory (both have the same name and same icon despite one is for an action "trashing" the other is of a folder).
> > Regards,
> The toolbar contains buttons to execute actions.
> The folder list view shows the mail folders you can work on.
> Let it rest.
> If anyone really is confused by that, it boils down to a matter of
> education. Documentation can explain the main window and the toolbar
> *and the possibility to rename a button, too.
> Sometimes the names of mail folders will be the same than toolbar
> buttons. For example, and not limited to, "Spam" and "Trash". I've even
> had a folder "Next" for some time. And there are more overlaps, if you
> add custom buttons with custom names.
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