Code cleaned, italian translation, twitter button #3

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@Mte90
Mte90 commented Dec 29, 2014

I've added a button that open a popup for send a tweet with the simplebug link, the italian translation and i've added a reset.css for a better ui.
Also i've added the simplebug link near the bugzilla link.

@Mte90
Mte90 commented Dec 29, 2014

The text in the twitter opopup is not translated because i've not understand how work that translation system.

@hallvors hallvors merged commit 53b2c89 into hallvors:master Dec 30, 2014
@hallvors
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@Mte90 thanks for the changes. This review page started as a throwaway experiment and all of a sudden it's received two translations and code contributions :-D

Regarding the Twitter message, just add an entry to translationdictionary.js with the English text as the key and the Italian as the value. I've added a __() call that will translate the text if a translated string exists. (The homebrew-ish translation system is quite possibly too simplistic - I guess I should move to L20n or something).

(I had to do some manual merging here because I've been lazy pushing to Github. Entirely my fault. Make sure you pull the latest version, should be up-to-date now.)

@Mte90
Mte90 commented Dec 30, 2014

Perfect, online is missing the style.css so the layout is corrupted.

@hallvors
Owner

Ugh. Stackato problem. Fixing now.

@Mte90
Mte90 commented Dec 30, 2014

uhm i've see now that the text is not fully translated, also in spanish but i have not changed nothing of the translation system.

@hallvors
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There was a new string or two in the code I had forgotten to commit, sorry
:-(

On Tue, Dec 30, 2014 at 7:38 PM, Daniele Scasciafratte <
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uhm i've see now that the text is not fully translated, also in spanish
but i have not changed nothing of the translation system.


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