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German language cosmetic issue

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Version 8.0.339 (maybe already solved)

The dialogue "new image compression" (?) has this cosmetic translation issue. (Height versus high)
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Re: German language cosmetic issue

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Hi Peter,

this is how it looks in the current build:
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Is that correct?
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Re: German language cosmetic issue

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Yes. Thanks.
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German language cosmetic issue

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:)
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Re: German language cosmetic issue

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Version 9.4.364
Again cosmetic stuff
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In English version there is written "comb" where the German word "Kamm" is displayed. Is it really a "comb for the hairs" or a "combination"?
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Re: German language cosmetic issue

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Hello, Peter2

"Comb for the hair" would be more accurate in this case. The "Comb" function is designed to "Split" the content a fixed width apart, it is not a combination, but a very much a splitting much like a Comb for the hair would do. Unless there is a better term for that, I believe that this one is correct.

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Re: German language cosmetic issue

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Thanks, Daniel

I think you informed the German translator to fix the mentioned issues?
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Re: German language cosmetic issue

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Another smaaaaall issue:
There seem to be a confusion between "Form" and "From" in German translation:
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Re: German language cosmetic issue

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Thanks Peter,

I have passed this reference on to the appropriate party to get addressed.

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