Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 493510
Publican uses the non-capitalized gentext key for the "Legal Notice" heading
Last modified: 2010-11-23 23:17:36 EST
Created attachment 337712 [details]
A simple book made in Spanish. Note "aviso legal" heading in lower case.
Description of problem:
The docbook gentext file for each language provides for capitalised and non-capitalised versions of many of its entries, for example 'key="LegalNotice"' and 'key="legalnotice"'. Publican uses the latter, uncapitalised example when it generates the "Legal Note" section, meaning that the heading appears in lower case when separate capitalised and uncapitalised versions of the text are provided for in the gentext file. (Note that for some languages, 'key="LegalNotice"' and 'key="legalnotice"' have both been capitalised.)
Languages where the "Legal Note" heading appears in lower case include:
* Norwegian (Bokmål)
* Serbian (Cyrillic)
* Serbian (Latin)
but the same problem will occur in any language where 'key="legalnotice"' appears in lower case.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Noted in 0.40
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Make a book in one of the languages listed above
Heading for the legal notice is completely in lower case
The first word in the heading, and perhaps others, start with a capital letter.
Awaiting docs.redhat.com before actioning
This should be fixed in the BETA.
Fixed in 1.0 -- tested with a new book and es-ES
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