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From Hung Mark <>
Subject Re: Please help to confirm if I found the right string
Date Fri, 11 Jul 2014 18:06:30 GMT

Maybe it's too early to say that I understand how to find a target
through helpid.
For example, when I looked for RID_SCDLG_PIVOT_LAYOUT BTN_MORE, I
can't find corresponding code.

And neither do I know how to search a uno command.

2014-07-09 3:06 GMT+08:00 Hung Mark <>:
> Hi Andrea,
> I didn't connect my purpose with "Extended Tips" until Ariel
> illustrated the way.
> Before, I thought it will be useful only if I'm going to translate the
> help manual or the tool tips.
> I thought I need a KeyID build. I ask help from the mailing list to
> confirm the target instead since there is only one word I need to
> find.
> I felt maybe some kind of overview on that page is missing.
> I'm willing to help, but I'm not a native English speaker. I don't
> have confidence that I can express clearly.
> I also worry about people plagued with my bad grammar usage. ;-D
> One extra thing to share here:
> HELP_DEBUG=true  should be HELP_DEBUG=[trueWord]  ( depend on your
> locale. ), where I set HELP_DEBUG=真 in my Windows 7 (ZH-TW).
> 2014-07-09 2:11 GMT+08:00 Andrea Pescetti <>:
>> Hung Mark wrote:
>>> That's awesome! I know how to do it now.
>>> Thank you!
>> If this is not clear enough in our Pootle User Guide
>> please copy this example there, to help others; it seems that a worked
>> example as Ariel sent is much better than what we already have.
>> You should already have an account to for editing the MWiki. If you need
>> further help, just ask.
>> Regards,
>>   Andrea.
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