[#13611] some elements are not translated
Summary some elements are not translated
Queue Horde Groupware Webmail Edition
Queue Version 5.2.2
Type Bug
State Not A Bug
Priority 1. Low
Owners slusarz@horde.org
Requester marco.protasi@polarcom.it
Created 2014-09-30 (2115 days ago)
Due
Updated 2014-10-02 (2113 days ago)
Assigned 2014-10-01 (2114 days ago)
Resolved 2014-10-02 (2113 days ago)
Milestone
Patch No

Comments
marco.protasi@polarcom.it 2014-09-30 21:49:41
some elements are not translated in webmail on tree folder
Thank's

Marco

Michael Slusarz <slusarz@horde.org> 2014-10-01 03:26:05
Trash is correctly not translated, as it is not a Special Folder in 
your account.

I will look at the other issue - the "dummy" containers of special 
mailboxes being mislabeled with the actual mailbox name, instead of 
the special mailbox label.

Michael Slusarz <slusarz@horde.org> 2014-10-02 20:48:30
Thinking about this further, the current behavior is the correct behavior.

Imagine you have a mailbox "Spam" with a submailbox "Spam.old".   
"Spam" is registered as the special spam mailbox.  Through local 
configuration, the Spam special mailbox is displayed as "Current Spam 
Mailbox".

Displaying "Current Spam Mailbox" as the parent in the lower folder 
pane would be incorrect.  Down there, "Spam.old" should be displayed 
as a mailbox "old" living under its (actual) parent mailbox "Spam".

If you want a more descriptive name for this container, you should 
rename your spam mailbox to this label.

marco.protasi@polarcom.it 2014-10-02 20:56:19
the problem is the translation of the folders, in the special folrder 
the "Sent Items" is correctly translate in italian "Posta Inviata"  but
in the bottom panel instead this not translate ....

> Thinking about this further, the current behavior is the correct behavior.
>
> Imagine you have a mailbox "Spam" with a submailbox "Spam.old".   
> "Spam" is registered as the special spam mailbox.  Through local 
> configuration, the Spam special mailbox is displayed as "Current 
> Spam Mailbox".
>
> Displaying "Current Spam Mailbox" as the parent in the lower folder 
> pane would be incorrect.  Down there, "Spam.old" should be displayed 
> as a mailbox "old" living under its (actual) parent mailbox "Spam".
>
> If you want a more descriptive name for this container, you should 
> rename your spam mailbox to this label.


Michael Slusarz <slusarz@horde.org> 2014-10-02 20:58:22
> the problem is the translation of the folders, in the special 
> folrder the "Sent Items" is correctly translate in italian "Posta 
> Inviata"  but
> in the bottom panel instead this not translate ....

Because that's the name of the mailbox on your server.  Translation of 
mailbox names occurs in IMP, and is only done for special mailboxes.

marco.protasi@polarcom.it 2014-10-02 21:07:24
because? in basic mode it the names are correctly translated, now 
should be so in Dynamic mode. Many users tell us confusion on this 
fact, sin

thanks

>> the problem is the translation of the folders, in the special folrder
>> the "Sent Items" is correctly translate in italian "Posta Inviata"
>> but
>> in the bottom panel instead this not translate ....
>
> Because that's the name of the mailbox on your server.  Translation 
> of mailbox names occurs in IMP, and is only done for special 
> mailboxes.


Michael Slusarz <slusarz@horde.org> 2014-10-02 21:23:23
Basic mode displays the tree differently because it doesn't segregate 
special mailboxes.  That doesn't mean dynamic mode is wrong.  The 
views are different/inconsistent, but neither is incorrect.

One of the reasons basic view is being removed in the future.

Again, this is easily fixed locally by changing the default mailbox 
name of the Sent mailbox to whatever translated value you want instead 
of relying on IMP for translation.  (Not to mention this will also 
work across all mail agents also).

Michael Slusarz <slusarz@horde.org> 2014-10-02 21:26:02
Actually, basic view is less correct.

What if the local admin wanted the translation of a special mailbox - 
such as Spam - to be (translated) "Spam (Sep 1 - Sep 30)".

In basic view, submailboxes thus all appear under this name.  Which is 
*very* confusing.