Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 468622
Last modified: 2008-10-28 16:23:33 EDT
On first start (remove you own ~/.audacity-data/ folder) audacity ask for interface name. In case of fedora policy audacity should check system localy and autoswitch interface language at start.
as firefox, pidgin, skype does...
That's easy to fix. Though, I wonder what fedora policy that is and
whether you can point to it?
Created attachment 321559 [details]
patch for 1.3.6-beta
that is my opinion, because all application act that way... but i sure is possible to find some notes about. and same things about one download folder...
Okay, if there is no policy, there's no need to patch it.
I've discussed this on audacity-devel list as dropping a first-start
dialogue would deviate from upstream, and Gale Andrews has given a
convincing explanation as why it should stay like it is. For a
stable release of Audacity with a sufficiently complete set of
translations it could be revisited, but I don't want upstream to
disagree with it.
ok Michael, thank for your time anyway!