I looked at the configuration. I read various documents: README, CONTRIBUTING, FAQ. I also tried to compile it myself & to read a bunch of Qt documentations about translations.
Have I missed a crucial configuration option?
Also, the following link in CONTRIBUTING is broken:
Thanks for the awesome tool
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afaik there is no language choice option in the QtPass. It should use system language. If it does not it's probably a bug. Changing it depends on the system that you use. In Linux this command(from terminal) should help you: LANG=fr_FR.UTF-8 qtpass
Also, the following link in CONTRIBUTING is broke> https://doc-snapshots.qt.io/qt5-5.6/linguist-translators.html I guess the link could be replaced with http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/linguist-translators.html
You're probably right. As a github user, you are welcome to create pull request with this change! :)
I just thought about that in the bathroom :)
A reading of
However, on my parents' computer, with all locales set to French, I cannot run QtPass in French! Interesting.
Since the system is Ubuntu LTS, QtPass is still version 1.1.0. I'm gonna compile the last version.
Compilation problem. Strange... #346 should fix that. Cool. After reverting the culprint, here we go !
French ! Success ! The upstream works :] QtPass 1.1.6 from my debian-stable works too.
Now I'm wondering what I should do.
Thanks for the help. I will propose a PR.
I ran various
This is specific to French.