Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 189660
Emblems have no localized name
Last modified: 2012-04-03 12:38:12 EDT
Fedora Core ships with a set of icons characteristic from Red Hat products, some
of these icons provide new emblems to the GNOME desktop.
There a few issues with the package:
1) emblems in this package are not translated, neither it looks like they can be
(looking at redhat-artwork package for translation, which only has 6 messages).
I've identified some emblems in redhat-artwork that replace their original from
gnome-icon-theme (7 in total). The issue here is that the GNOME originals have a
translation (or are possible to translate), but the ones provided by
redhat-artwork does not.
The names given of these emblems are:
Emblems that are new and have no translation (12 in total):
wordprocessor (maybe it should be split to "word processor"?)
2) All emblems provided in this package seem to start with a lower case letter,
although the ones provided in the default gnome-icon-theme all start with a
This issue might be present in previous releases of FC, and probably RHEL as well.
Created attachment 128111 [details]
Screenshot identifying the emblems mentioned in the bug report
In this picture, emblems provided by redhat-artwork are surrounded by a red
square. Those emblems that are present in the "original" GNOME version (from
gnome-icon-theme), but that are replaced by the ones in redhat-artwork are
mkarked with an additional red star.
This seems to be present in FC6 too.
Created attachment 149194 [details]
Emblems in Nautilus, not translatable
The attached screenshot is taken on a Fedora 7 Test 2.
The issue is still preset.
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The issue is still present in Fedora 8.
Still present in rawhide (F9) too.
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Still an issue in F11, although now there are much less emblems than before.
If anything, this probably needs to be handled in gtk somehow.
Still an issue on F12. I've also seen that emblems are translated in Ubuntu 9.10, so it's definitely possible to fix them.
There are no emblems in GNOME anymore, so this can be closed.