dial-pad without #-symbol
I dialed today with 16.04-OTA5 for the 1st time to the computers of my bank. And realized that where before was the # symbol, now is some 'No.' written. Is this intention or my clumsy config? Or just a bug?
@guru Not sure on why but it still gives #
@guru sorry answer not to clear. I don't know why its changed but if you press NO you will still get # dialed
@lakotaubp yes, it does. But I've never seen a (hardware) dial pad with a No. button
@guru it should be like that because a wrong translation, if you try to switch language on your phone
#should be back.
to fix it go to weblate and look for your language. use the search tool to find
No.and correct it with
But, my language is currently set to English(United Kingdom). I will now switch to Español(España), reboot, there is now
#, will switch back to English(United Kingdom), reboot, and got back the
In the weblate page there is says
Source: # Translation: No.Do you want me to correct this? Do I have write access to this?
@guru depending on the language team, you can edit directly or make a suggestion. The team members will receive a notification with any suggestion so one way or another they can correct that.