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Qt: Tweak Toolbar Text #8657
Currently the Toolbar has some unnecessary abbreviations, which I believe are holdovers from the wxWidgets UI. Also, the text for the Settings menu says "Config", however in code this is referred to as "Settings". It is also ambiguous as the "Configuration" screen for the graphics backend shares the same name on the UI.
"FullScr", "ScrShot" and "Config" have been changed to say "Fullscreen", "Screenshot" and "Settings". The MenuBar text and Settings dialog window have also been updated to reflect the change.
Honestly, having the button labels intentionally abbreviated so they have a consistent width seems a moot point. As far as I could tell, English seems to be the only language in Dolphin where some of the button labels were deliberately abbreviated to achieve a consistent width.
Those button labels are all marked as translatable strings and, in fact, I randomly changed Dolphin's language to the other translations that ships with Dolphin and as I suspected, the button width weren't consistent at all, except in eastern languages where their own, um, glyphs (is that the correct term?) actually results in button labels that actually are narrower than the button icons.
With that said, I do think "Fullscreen", "Screenshot" and "Settings" looks better, even if the button width isn't consistent anymore. This would also make the English button labels actually more consistent with the other translations that ships in Dolphin, where most don't use any abbreviation at all...