On 05/27/2010 07:13 AM, Miloš Komarčević wrote:
On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 9:41 PM, Ruediger Landmann
> 2. At the moment, when you see a book in a language menu, you know that
> it is translated. The situation is not so bad for widely translated
> languages, but for less widely translated languages, users will click on
> links and most will be in English; they might not even discover that
> *any* books have been translated into their language, so the hard work
> of the translation team gets lost in a sea of English.
Document titles could and should be displayed in the native language,
and English titles will then stand out.
Actually, that's a good point!
Publican has only recently gained the ability to display the translated
titles of documents in the menu rather than the English titles (only
after I had already built the site!) Changing the titles the "proper"
way involves uninstalling and reinstalling each document (around 300 of
them...) so I'm investigating how I can fix this without having to do
> I wonder if a better solution would be for me to add a prominent
> to the "Welcome" page to tell visitors "to see a full list of all
> documentation, change the language to English"?
In the meantime, definitely.
OK -- I'll get this done today. Thanks for the feedback :)