maemo.org Bugzilla – Bug 6997
Camera: Wrong translation "Hochformat" of "Portrait" in German UI
Last modified: 2010-06-08 21:14:25 UTC
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EXACT STEPS LEADING TO PROBLEM:
1. Switch language settings to German
2. Open camera application
3. Tap on (usually) "A" for camera mode
See the pre-defined settings:
"Automatisch", "Makro", "Landschaft", "Porträt", "Action"
"Automatisch", "Makro", "Landschaft", "Hochformat", "Action"
I assume "Landscape" and "Portrait" in this context are not related to the
device orientation, but to the scene. (If I'm wrong, it's still a bug, but then
"Landschaft" would be wrong.)
The German word "Hochformat" as used in the German version of the UI explicitly
means portrait format or orientation. Reading it without knowing the English
translation, you'd have no clue that it could have anything to do with the
portrait of a person. Users would tap on it and expect the UI changing to
portrait mode or such.
The correct German term here is "Porträt", which is also what German speaking
users find on their digital cameras.
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Gecko/20091109 Gentoo Shiretoko/3.5.4
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