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  • #5880
    fcaron
    Participant

    Hi there,

    The app is pretty intuitive but some of the french translations are incorrect. For example “moisture level” was translated by “niveaux de moisissure” which actually means “level of mold”. The right translation is “taux d’humidité” or, if space is an issue with the interface, simply “humidité”.

    There are a few others like that. If someone is listening, I can provide better translations.

    Let me know!

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    #6003
    Stephen
    Keymaster

    @Fcaron thank you for that! After looking through the code, I haven’t been able to find where it says “niveaux de moisissure”, would you be able to send me a screenshot of that?

    If you’d like, you can send that to [email protected]

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    #6101
    fcaron
    Participant

    Great! I’ll go through the app and check the translation (not always easy because I do not have access to the English version so I cannot always be sure of what was the intended message but I will try hard! I just noticed that when there is a rain delay I get a strange message : « rainDelayedHoursMessageFormat » appears before the zone being delayed as in: « rainDelayedHoursMessageFormatFront Lawn will begin watering Monday 04:00 ».

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    #77698
    Christophe
    Participant

    Hello,
    another French user here … I<m curious to know what was the outcome of this thread?
    I’m seeing some strange translation (I think)
    For instance, on the “Water restriction” from the smart watering
    I can see “Impaires”, that word alone (which can be translated by “odd”) instead of “Arroser les jours pairs” (“Water on even days”)

    (Same mistake was done on the “Watering days” of a program detail.
    Not a deal breaker … but .. if it could be fixed ?

    Thanks!
    Christophe.

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