I am finalizing plurals for Slovenian and have noticed that in mobile view there is number of topics total and in last week listed.
Problem is that these two keys
week do not have plural enabled, therefore it is not possible to formulate them properly for Slovene.
As a workaround, I can use generic “skupaj” (most similar to total in English), however for
week is harder as it is also used in desktop view in such form:
Here it is used as “3 per/this week”, right? While in mobile use it is without /, making it inconsistent.
No worries. I’ll look into it.
By now both desktop and mobile use a slash to display the number of new topics in the past week.
I have an ongoing task on my list to eradicate concatenated strings from our codebase, because not including things like full stops or a slash in translations is bad practice. So I’m definitely going to make some changes here. I’m just not sure how much change is needed yet.
@Lure Would you translate “<number> / week” differently depending on the number? The same goes for “<number> / month” and “<number> total”. I’m trying to figure out if pluralization is actually needed or not.
No, in we do not need pluralization here. Ensuring that concatenation does not happen in code will help greatly as it provides necessary context and flexibility in reordening to translator.