hans at guardianproject.info
Thu Nov 10 11:15:50 EST 2016
Another reason for the language picker is in the case where someone's
phone is in a language that is not supported by the app, and the user
would prefer another language besides English. For example, the phone
is in Kazakh and the user chooses Russian over English.
Android should handle this but it doesn't. Other OSes do, as well as
browsers, by allowing the user to set a list of languages ordered by
preference. Android just uses the original source language if the
user's language is not available.
Nathan of Guardian:
> Historically there were some languages not supported at the OS level
> (Farsi, Arabic, Burmese), and some still not today (Tibetan).
> The app should default to your OS default, so you don't have to touch
> that dialog, unless you need to. If that is not working, then there is a
> The project is active, but only in maintenance mode. We have spun out a
> simpler variation of the app called ProofMode that will be out soon.
> On Thu, Nov 10, 2016, at 06:51 AM, VanitasVitae wrote:
>> I wanted to ask, whether there is still active development around
>> I ask, because CameraV shows the language selection dialog at first
>> start, but there is just a very small subset of available languages
>> listed and many are missing (even though the, are translated, such as
>> Why is the selector there in the first place? Android handles language
>> resources pretty well.
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