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Re: pspp-dev Digest, Vol 146, Issue 9

From: Elias Tsolis
Subject: Re: pspp-dev Digest, Vol 146, Issue 9
Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2016 12:45:00 +0300
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when i am using the graphical environment of PSPP 0.10, in Analyze-->compare means -> paired samples T-test,

i am unable to set post scores in "var2" section. It is impossible!


Elias Tsolis

On 27/07/2016 04:54 μμ, Elias Estatistics wrote:
I translated the po file of PSPP. However, in many instances, translation of "OK", cancel, Help, paste, reset are not provided in po file. eg, in missing values, in DATA fields, and in many more pspp fields, these words remain untranslated. Also in data analysis -->means, back / forward.

Moreover, in data analysis-->one-sample t-test, the phrase "exclude cases analysis by analysis remain untranslated while in po file was translated, WHY?

Also, in Windows, "minimize all windows" also remain untranslated while it was translated in po file.

elias Tsolis
Greek Translator of PSPPire

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    1. Re: PSPP on CentOS (Alan Mead)


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Date: Fri, 26 Feb 2016 12:00:37 -0600
From: Alan Mead <address@hidden>
To: John Darrington <address@hidden>
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Subject: Re: PSPP on CentOS
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On 2/26/2016 3:20 AM, John Darrington wrote:
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On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 12:06:31AM -0600, Alan Mead wrote:
Is there any shortcut to editing the .ui layout file? For example, does gtk+ have a visual editor that is the standard way of editing the layout
      of the dialogs?

Yes. It is called Glade. Unfortunately it can be quite fussy about which
version should be used.

The file src/ui/gui/memorandum.txt gives some tips.

That's very helpful. I wasn't able to make glade 3 (3.6.7) work
properly, but after following these steps I can at least open and see
the dialogs without errors.  Thanks!


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