[Cin] [PATCH v4] Titler

Andrew Randrianasulu randrianasulu at gmail.com
Wed Jan 27 20:09:06 CET 2021

В сообщении от Wednesday 27 January 2021 13:41:06 Rafa Mar Multimedia en Gnu\Linux via Cin написал(а):
> A real pleasure to collaborate with the Cinelerra GG team.
> I also tried Russian and I had to use Google Translate to be able to search
> for "Language" in Russian and then choose one at random, I had tried
> several, but Russian uses characters that are totally unknown to me and I
> ran into a problem when try to change the language setting again. :-D
> I have tried them, and they open well in Spanish and Russian, because the
> files exist, in other languages, since they do not exist, they open in
> English. When they exist, they simply have to be named as indicated in
> ShellCmds.html and uncomment the corresponding line.
> Please Phyllis, there were many messages that Andrew and I exchanged, it is
> difficult to keep up to date, really do not worry.
> Andrew is the one who has really worked the most, I only gave ideas, but he
> did them, which is the important thing, and very effectively. I don't know
> him in person, I sense that he is an excellent person, just like you,
> Andrea Paz, Igor Berg, Igor Ubuntu (I don't know if they are the same
> person), Sam and many others that I sure now forget to quote. <3
> I send you the files again, now they are more compact and will look good in
> without having to scroll down. Unless you are using a standard VGA
> monochrome monitor. :-)

For somre reason I can't see this mail via web-interface, but it arrived here, and I saved
both zips ...

> Kind regards dear Phyllis.
> El mié, 27 ene 2021 a las 5:12, Phyllis Smith (<phylsmith2017 at gmail.com>)
> escribió:
> > RafaMar, some commentary below sentences.
> >
> > * Solution to the shell command in the attachments, along with the Spanish
> >> version and English with minimal style.
> >>
> >> For them to be displayed correctly, it is not enough to configure
> >> Cinelerra in the local language, the script I found in doc works with the
> >> language of the browser where it is opened. Look at the file in Spanish, I
> >> have given it a little, very little, of style, if you like it, I can do the
> >> same in English.
> >>
> >
> > That was the original intent -- to have it come up in the browser based on
> > the language that the browser is using (which could very well be different
> > than what Cinelerra is using).
> >
> > I can not tell for sure if the ru and es versions work from CinelerraGG or
> > even from the browser.  I made a big mistake today and changed my browser
> > language to Russian and after I thought I put it back, I still ended up
> > with google news in Russian and I do not understand a word of it.  But I
> > will figure it out eventually how to fix it (need to learn myself).  So due
> > to my limited language skills, if you could test this from Cinelerra and
> > let me know that all 4 varieties work, that would be helpful?  If* Andrea*
> > could just test with his browser in italian with expected results should be
> > that the english will come up.
> >
> > *How to test:*
> > 1) unzip the file that RafaMar provided
> > 2) copy the 3 files: ShellCmds_en.html  ShellCmds_es.html ShellCmds.html
> > to {cinelerra location}/bin/doc
> >     ShellCmds.html will be an overwrite
> > 3) start CinelerraGG in any language you want
> > 4) click on the "shell cmds" icon in the upper right hand corner of the
> > timeline main window (above the FF)
> > 5) choose the option "Setting Shell Commands" and the html will pop up in
> > your browser window depending on the browser language
> > 6) at least all 4 browser languages have to work: english, spanish,
> > russian, and all other languages have to come up in english
> >
> > -----------------------------------------
> >> Phyllis, Andrew initially called this button "Reset" but I suggested that
> >> he call it "Reset All" because in the position it is in it appears to be a
> >> reset for colors only. In this case "Est mea culpa" from Latin, I am the
> >> culprit. From the moment that the reset change can be undone, then if
> >> someone presses the button believed to be only for colors, the undo will
> >> solve the problem.
> >>
> >> The time code thing HH: MM: SS: FF I also suggested it to Andrew, because
> >> this is precisely the SMPTE standard. It seemed more suitable to me, since
> >> Cinelerra is a video editor.
> >>
> >
> > I probably missed reading about the above in the emails which I usually go
> > back over to see if I missed something before doing a GIT checkin but I
> > really wanted to get the Titler checkin done as it was a definite
> > improvement.  I do not think the location of the Reset button under the
> > color balls will confuse anyone because it is on the bottom like so many
> > other plugins.
> >
> >>
> >> Is the quick start guide for the batch render wizard correct?
> >> You should review the English version, sometimes I make mistakes, mostly
> >> syntactic.
> >> In Spanish it's fine, I provided you with the odt files, in case someone
> >> wants to translate them into their native language.
> >>
> >
> > I do plan on reviewing the English version but the dog here is too fat and
> > I can not take the chance of burning the food and having to give it to him.
> >
> > Other ones of your comments left out here for now until a method to
> > implement is available.  Nothing in Cinelerra programming is ever very easy.
> >
> >>
> >> I attach the files referring to the shell command, I have corrected the
> >> java script in the ShellCmds.html file, which is the one that makes the
> >> call to the different languages. I have tested it in English, Spanish and
> >> Russian, and they are all work perfect. I have added the other possible
> >> languages, to be able to uncomment the lines if one day they are added. I
> >> have added a new html version in Spanish and I am also attaching the pdf.
> >> Remember that this java script does not read the language of cinelerra, it
> >> reads the language of the browser where it opens... I know how to do this
> >> with html, css, and with my very little knowledge of java script but not
> >> linking with the Cinelerra language, I don't know how to do this.
> >>
> >
> > I have looked at the 3 shell command language files and they look good
> > with the exception of line spacing.  It would be better if you could have
> > it fit on a single screen so that if someone is using it to learn how to
> > use this capability, they do not have to scroll up and down.
> >
> > RafaMar is doing a lot of work and it is welcome and very much
> > appreciated.  Thanks, Phyllis
> >

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