Description of problem:
When you right click on a file in nautilus, it shows some messages in English for the Spanish locale.
rpm -qa nautilus
I have another F13 box with rpm-qa nautilus
and it has all these strings I'm talking about fully translated.
Why a rebuild of the package broken the module translations?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. open nautilus in Spanish locale
2. right click on a file
3. the contextual menu appears with strings in English
Created attachment 438470 [details]
screenshot of nautilus and context menu
Please, take a look at the screenshot:
1. below the button bar, there are strings Places and Location untranslated.
2. below Places word, there are other words Desktop, File System, Network, Trash.
By the way, whay do I see init.d?
3. In the contextual menu, the first option is Open with "my program". Below it, there are Scripts, Make Link and Move to Trash.
I think I heard before that there were problems with concurrent building of packages, that it possibly breaks translations if it's done that way.
I hope it helps.
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