Created attachment 1282348 [details]
The interface in zh_TW locale uses zh_CN translations instead
Description of problem:
Although Traditional Chinese language (zh_TW) is highly translated, it showed the zh_CN translation instead in zh_TW locale.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. switch to zh_TW locale
2. launch mediawriter
The translation of the interface strings are displayed in zh_CN ones
The translation should be displayed in zh_TW ones.
See the attachment as the screenshot.
Thanks, I'll check what's causing this.
Any update on this one? F27+?
The zh-tw (traditional Chinese) translation is still not loaded in F27.
It loads zh-cn (simplified Chinese) translation instead.
Working on it. No idea where is it coming from, I probably made a mistake in the translation-pulling script but I don't seem to be able to fix it properly. Hopefully in the next version it'll be ok.
Found the issue. It was in the script, partially and also I had to do a language selection workardound for Mac, which made the difference between the Traditional and Simplified Chinese languages indistinguishable in FMW.
I'm sorry this issue was present for so long. Expect a new version in the coming days which will address this issue.
Reproducible with F27.
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It is fixed in 4.1.2. Confirmed in fedora 29.