rename some kcm desktop files
Review Request #128434 - Created July 12, 2016 and submitted
change see in the diff
|The <name>[$LANG] lines are all automatically added, they are generated by the translation system. That means that the translators will ...||Sebastian Kügler|
|Hm, I'm not sure. From a user's perspective, it's relevant where the search can find things, "indexing" is more of ...||Thomas Pfeiffer|
|I thought we wanted to have both in the same KCM, just under different headings? We should only change that ...||Thomas Pfeiffer|
|It does also contain settings for video recording devices, so it is not just audio.||Thomas Pfeiffer|
Only the original string should be changed, not the translations.
Have you run this by Thomas Pfeiffer, these strings are the result of careful restructuring we did before 5.0. Also, we shouldn't change these names too lightly, since they're very user-visible and important to recognized. Many people remember these names, so we're introducing quite come re-learning to users with it.
The <name>[$LANG] lines are all automatically added, they are generated by the translation system. That means that the translators will take care of that. The patch should only change the first line, without the . The translations will then be automatically updated a few hours later by the "scripty" daemon, once translators have picked up the string changes.
Appearance/Application Style/GNOME Application Style (GTK) -> GNOME Applications
Workspace/Startup and Shutdown -> Service
Workspace/Startup and Shutdown/Desktop Session -> Session Management
Workspace/Startup and Shutdown/Login Screen (SDDM) -> Login Screen
Workspace/Search/File Search -> File Indexing
Personalization/Regional Settings -> Location
Personalization/Applications/Locations -> Personalization/Applications/Paths
Hardware/Display and Monitor -> Display
Hardware/Display and Monitor/Display Configuration -> Display
Hardware/Multimedia -> Audio
Hardware/Multimedia/Audio Volume -> Volume
Hardware/Multimedia/Audio and Video -> Audio
Workspace/Desktop Behavior/Workspace -> remove or add desktop settings (for the active activity)
Workspace/Desktop Behavior/Screen Locking -> Hardware/Power Management/Screen Locking
Workspace/Desktop Behavior/Accessibility -> Workspace/Accessibility
Personalization/Online Account -> Personalization/Account/Online Account
Hardware/Digital Camera -> Hardware/Removable Devices/Digital Camera
Hardware/Device Actions -> Hardware/Removable Devices/Device Actions
Hardware/Removable Devices -> Hardware/Removable Devices/Removable Devices
Rename from Network to Connecitivity and make a new Structure
Timeouts (old: Connection Preferences)
Advanced Settings (better naming needed)
See the inline comments. The things I've +1'd can be shipped from my perspective
Hm, I'm not sure. From a user's perspective, it's relevant where the search can find things, "indexing" is more of an implementation detail for the user.
I thought we wanted to have both in the same KCM, just under different headings?
We should only change that if we actually decide to split all application shortcuts out into a separate KCM.
It does also contain settings for video recording devices, so it is not just audio.