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Beeing probably only an Italian translation I write the explain in Italian Language.
Leggendo l'help allegato si dice "Strumenti-Proteggi documento"
ma nel menu di "Strumenti" appare "Proteggi foglio elettronico ...
Occorre sincronizzare le due definizioni.
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discrepancy confirmed, there is a difference between the documentation, that follows the old menu structure, and the new interface.
The new menu is here: https://translations.documentfoundation.org/it/libo_ui/translate/officecfg/registry/data/org/openoffice/Office/UI.po#unit=100534789
but the interface points to: https://translations.documentfoundation.org/it/libo_help/translate/scalc/guide.po#unit=30707091
which is correctly translated, but doesn't follow the new menu.
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online tools menu
Created attachment 128066 [details]
local tools menu
look also the discrepancies in the TOOLS menu between the online and the local versions.
NEW per comment 2
Patch submitted to Gerrit:
Stanislav Horacek committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
tdf#103244 adjust menu path to Tools - Protect Sheet/Spreadsheet
It should be fixed now.
(In reply to Stanislav Horacek from comment #9)
> It should be fixed now.
I think it is not yet fixed (LO 184.108.40.206)
@ Walter Mura (as it could be a discrepancy in the IT version):
1- l'help online dice solo "Proteggi documento"
2- l'help locale alla voce "Protezione celle e fogli" dice al p.5 "... scegliete Strumenti-Proteggi documento-Foglio" e "... Strumenti-Proteggi documento-Documento"
3- la finestra del menu Strumenti offre "Proteggi foglio" e Proteggi foglio elettronico"
- al p.2 dovrebbe essere "Strumenti-Proteggi foglio" e "Strumenti-Proteggi documento"
- al p.3 dovrebbe essere "Proteggi foglio" e "Proteggi documento"
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The fix will not be in 5.2, but in 5.3 - please check it there and reopen if needed, now I'm closing again.
@gmarco: Just a tip for you in the future.
Whenever a commit notification is posted (e.g., comment 8), the whiteboard of the bug report gets a note stating the version in which you will find the commit; in this case, “target:5.3.0” means that the commit will appear in LibreOffice 5.3.0.
In general, we do not backport commits that change translatable strings to earlier versions, because we enforce a “string freeze” in the released series to avoid burdening translators.
(In reply to Adolfo Jayme from comment #13)
> @gmarco: Just a tip for you in the future.
OK, thanks, I had viewed the comment 9 (It should be fixed now) but not the whiteboard commit by comment 8.