Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 716762
"Add" and "Remove" button labels in customize locales
Last modified: 2014-10-19 18:59:07 EDT
When creating a new project, the customize locales interface would be clearer if the buttons:
Done. Also renamed "available locales/selected locales" to "disabled locales/enabled locales".
Change observed in version 1.4-SNAPSHOT (20110704-0602).
I also tried:
1. Use URL to visit disabled locale:
For example, if we disable ja, and go to
You can still see the document list, but clicking into document list displays
An unknown error occurred
Shows: "Locale is disable" in both document list and document editing mode.
2. Push the disabled locale:
[ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.zanata:zanata-maven-plugin:1.4-SNAPSHOT:push (default-cli) on project null: Zanata mojo exception: operation returned 403 (Forbidden): Locale ja is not allowed for project AboutFedora and version f13. Please contact project maintainer.
It behaves as it should.
However, for the sake of usability, we can have a switch like:
--warnOnDisabledLocale: show warning when pushing disabled locale, then continue pushing other locale.
3. Re-enable locale and see the data is preserved.
4. Push the enabled locale:
Dean, for (1) and (2), could you please put in separate BZs?
The original request is fulfilled in 1.4-SNAPSHOT (20110704-0602).
Other concerns in comments are filed as:
Bug 718648 - Forged URL handling: Zanata should display "locale is disabled" when visiting disabled locale
Bug 718653 - Feature request: option to show warning when pushing disabled locale, then continue pushing other locale