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  1. 706b094b64e8b27d03e7523d3dbffec7
    spixi German Translator with no proofreading rights

    I see that Waithamai also falsely translated the zero form which was correct before her change.

  2. 12429_keksdrache(1)
    Waithamai Manager

    It is not possible to correctly translate this part into German as one notification setting is used for all types of notification. What I did here is making it consistent at least. The translated notification text is correct for all likes notifications now. It is incorrect for comments notifications though. And there's no way of fixing that if we keep the original and established terms ("gefällt mir", "kommentieren").

  3. 706b094b64e8b27d03e7523d3dbffec7
    spixi German Translator with no proofreading rights

    Ok, thank you a lot. I did not note that. Yes, it sounds fine to use the same sentence pattern for different notification types for now, even if the linguistic style resulting text is not 100% perfect. At least the issue with the superfluous comma should be addressed in the coding, but this is not as important. There could be a helper class for formatting lists, as the delimiters and their usage may vary among different locales. For example in English, you use a comma before the last element, but not in German; and in Chinese, the ideographic comma (、) is used instead of comma and space like in most locales with Latin script.

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  1. 706b094b64e8b27d03e7523d3dbffec7
    spixi German Translator with no proofreading rights

    The German translation of notifications.index.and_others uses the wrong case (dative instead of nominative).

    It must say

    und ein anderer
    und {%count} andere

    instead of

    und einem anderen
    und {%count} anderen

    There is also a superfluous comma. As defined in Unicode CLDR the locale DE does not have a comma before the last list item. See also http://www.unicode.org/cldr/charts/32/summary/de.html#6780 for more details.


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  1. and %{count} othersand %{count} othersand one moreand %{count} othersand %{count} othersand nobody else
    and %{count} othersand %{count} othersand one moreand %{count} othersand %{count} othersand nobody else
    ZeroThis plural form is used for numbers like: 0

    and nobody else


    oneThis plural form is used for numbers like: 1

    and one more


    otherThis plural form is used for numbers like: everything else

    and %{count} others


    changed by Jonne Haß .
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  2. and %{count} othersand %{count} othersand one moreand %{count} othersand %{count} othersand nobody else
    and %{count} othersand %{count} othersand one moreand %{count} othersand %{count} othersand nobody else
    ZeroThis plural form is used for numbers like: 0

    and nobody else


    oneThis plural form is used for numbers like: 1

    and one more


    otherThis plural form is used for numbers like: everything else

    and %{count} others


    changed by Jonne Haß .
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  3. and one moreand %{count} othersand nobody else
    and one moreand %{count} othersand nobody else
    ZeroThis plural form is used for numbers like: 0

    and nobody else


    oneThis plural form is used for numbers like: 1

    and one more


    otherThis plural form is used for numbers like: everything else

    and %{count} others


    changed by Jonne Haß .
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  4. and one moreand %{count} othersand nobody else
    and one moreand %{count} othersand nobody else
    ZeroThis plural form is used for numbers like: 0

    and nobody else


    oneThis plural form is used for numbers like: 1

    and one more


    otherThis plural form is used for numbers like: everything else

    and %{count} others


    changed by Jonne Haß via a Batch Operation.
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