Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: some voice menu entries in English and other languages are not matching the real on screen label and some are missing
Re: some voice menu entries in English and other languages are not matching the real on screen label and some are missing
From: Torne Wuff <torne_at_wolfpuppy.org.uk>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 15:29:09 +0100
On 25 October 2012 11:13, Zahari Yurukov <zahari.yurukov_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi devs,
> Some voice menu entries in English (and other languages) are not matching
> the real on screen label.
> For example, the Theme Settings menu item in the Settings menu, with
> official english.voice is pronounced as "Central European".
This usually happens because your voice file does not exactly match
the build you are using. The language file format relies on the
strings being in exactly the same order between the two.
Generate/install a new language file from the exact Rockbox build you
are using and it should be fine.
> Some voice menu entries in English (and other languages) are missing.
> For example, in General Settings, the menu item Automatic resume and all its
> child menu items are completely silent.
> Also, Some voice menu entries in English (and other languages) are reverced.
> For example, in Bookmarks menu in the context menu, items for adding current
> position into the bookmarks and listing all bookmarks are reverced.
> There are more examples, though I grabbed just this ones. I think this is a
> general problem with voicing, because it is language independant.
> Also, when making voice files with Rockbox Utility under Windows, there are
> huge disorder in voice entries. With dev build from the end of august I was
> able to make a voice file with rb utility 644 for Sansa Clip Zip, but that
> combination is not working with Sansa Clip Plus. Also, I'm not sure that all
> was on place, cause I don't tested it much.
> All tested with Sansa Clip Plus with very close to current dev build
> (currently I have only the simulator, but I was reported that this happens
> on a real device).
> Can you look at it, please?
-- Torne Wuff torne_at_wolfpuppy.org.ukReceived on 2012-10-25