Unverified Commit 7a8e0cfd authored by Isis Lovecruft's avatar Isis Lovecruft
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Add translator notes about how to translate "plain-ol'-vanilla bridges".

 * FIXES part of #12122.
parent e7b3d6e7
...@@ -49,6 +49,10 @@ using Tor.\n\n"""), ...@@ -49,6 +49,10 @@ using Tor.\n\n"""),
Some bridges with IPv6 addresses are also available, though some Pluggable Some bridges with IPv6 addresses are also available, though some Pluggable
Transports aren't IPv6 compatible.\n\n"""), Transports aren't IPv6 compatible.\n\n"""),
# TRANSLATORS: The phrase "plain-ol'-vanilla" means "plain, boring, regular,
# or unexciting". Like vanilla ice cream. It refers to bridges which do not
# have Pluggable Transports, and only speak the regular, boring Tor
# protocol. Translate it as you see fit. Have fun with it.
2: _("""\ 2: _("""\
Additionally, BridgeDB has plenty of plain-ol'-vanilla bridges %s without any Additionally, BridgeDB has plenty of plain-ol'-vanilla bridges %s without any
Pluggable Transports %s which maybe doesn't sound as cool, but they can still Pluggable Transports %s which maybe doesn't sound as cool, but they can still
...@@ -120,6 +124,9 @@ button in the 'Tor Network Settings' wizard for further assistance."""), ...@@ -120,6 +124,9 @@ button in the 'Tor Network Settings' wizard for further assistance."""),
EMAIL_COMMANDS = { EMAIL_COMMANDS = {
"get help": _("Displays this message."), "get help": _("Displays this message."),
# TRANSLATORS: Please try to make it clear that "vanilla" here refers to the
# same non-Pluggable Transport bridges described above as being
# "plain-ol'-vanilla" bridges.
"get bridges": _("Request vanilla bridges."), "get bridges": _("Request vanilla bridges."),
"get ipv6": _("Request IPv6 bridges."), "get ipv6": _("Request IPv6 bridges."),
# TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate the word the word "TYPE". # TRANSLATORS: Please DO NOT translate the word the word "TYPE".
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