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  • in reply to: Feature request: font outline #4722
    430430
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    That’s just unfortunate. I thought of some sort of css text-stroke or photoshop style outlining.

    Ok, maybe setting text shadow is an option? I might be wrong but Windows XP (and may be even Windows 7 and later) had this setting in the window where you change system font, you could play with the color etc.

    So setting this shadow to be 100% opaque might also help. Or even playing with the angle of the shadow, its offset and size could do some sort of outline.

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    in reply to: Desktop Info – Master English language file #1009
    430430
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    @Glen

    I believe that master English language should have (except for the text strings value) tehs me structure and contents of not English language.
    Ex, English lkanguage

    # English language reference file

    COMMENT=Comment
    FILE=File
    REGISTRY=Registry
    EVENTLOG=Event Log
    DATETIME=Date/Time
    TIMEZONE=Time Zone
    HOST=Host Name
    USER=User
    BOOTTIME=Boot Time

    Ex. Italian language
    [options]

    # strings
    noresults=<nessun risultato>

    [pages]
    1=Pagina inziale
    2=Pagina 2
    3=
    4=
    5=
    6=
    7=
    8=
    9=

    [items]

    banner=Informazioni su Desktop Info di Glenn Delahoy

    # date / time
    DATETIME=Data/ora
    CPUTEMP=Temperatura CPU
    CORETEMP=Temperatura core
    BATTERY=Batteria

    In not English language there are some sections like

    [options]
    [pages]
    [items]

    are not a available in English language.
    As I explained I believe that for a better translation check English language should have the some structure and line order of not English ones.

    Some proposals for new version

    – Explain where (path/file name) the default configuration file will be copied.

    – make an example about Language settings like

    Language=french.ini

    Why “Language” option in floating window didn’t do anything?
    I believe that you can change on the fly the language selecetd.

    Thanks.

    in reply to: Desktop Info – Master English language file #990
    430430
    Participant

    Sorry wrong attachment

    in reply to: Desktop Info – Master English language file #988
    430430
    Participant

    Italian language

    # Italian language override configuration
    # This text file must be UTF-8 encoded
    # Translation by LeBobo

    [options]

    # strings
    noresults=<nessun risultato>

    [pages]
    1=Pagina inziale
    2=Pagina 2
    3=
    4=
    5=
    6=
    7=
    8=
    9=

    [items]

    banner=Informazioni su Desktop Info di Glenn Delahoy

    # date / time
    DATETIME=Data/ora
    CPUTEMP=Temperatura CPU
    CORETEMP=Temperatura core
    BATTERY=Batteria

    processes=Migliori processi
    process_monitors=Monitor processi
    network=Rete
    MEMORY=Memoria
    PHYSICALRAM=RAM fisca
    PAGEFAULTS=Page fault/sec

    FIXEDDISKS=Dischi fisso
    FIXEDDISK=Disco %1
    DISKIO=IO disco

    TIMEZONE=Fuso orario
    HOST=Nome del PC
    USER=Utente
    UPTIME=Accesso da
    BOOTTIME=Ultimo avvio

    windows_config=Configurazione Windows
    architecture=Architettura
    osbuild=Build Windows
    servicepack=Service Pack
    installdate=Data installazione
    firewall=Firewall
    autoupdate=Windows Update
    uac=UAC
    ieversion=Versione IE
    directx=DirectX

    hardware=Hardware
    oeminfo=Info OEM
    cputype=Tipo CPU
    cpuinfo=Info CPU
    motherboard=Scehda madre
    audio=Controller audio
    screenres=Risoluzione

    software=Sofwtare
    desktopinfo=Info sul programma

    Could you please explain me the difference about structure for string names in English language (in UPPERCASE without sections) and not English language (in lowercase with sections).

    I created italian.ini with the strings in the language folder.
    But when i run the program the “language” menu option is in grey.

    Thanks.

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