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Localize Firefox User Survey into en-GB, fr, de, it, es-ES, zh-TW, zh-CN, ja, pl, pt-BR

RESOLVED FIXED

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RESOLVED FIXED
9 years ago
9 years ago

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(Reporter: pascalc, Assigned: pascalc)

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(11 attachments, 1 obsolete attachment)

(Assignee)

Description

9 years ago
Created attachment 333392 [details]
Questions to translate

Find attached to this bug the questions of a user survey we will launch along with Firefox 3.0.2

These questions are to be translated for the following locales:

en-GB, fr, de, it, es-ES, zh-TW, zh-CN, ja, pl, pt-BR

Please attach to this bug your translation in UTF-8 encoding.

Thanks
CC'ing Laura who is in charge of this survey.

Comment 2

9 years ago
Created attachment 333414 [details]
Firefox User Survey - FR
Created attachment 333423 [details]
Italian (it) localization
Created attachment 333449 [details]
Spanish (es-ES) translation

Comment 5

9 years ago
Created attachment 333522 [details]
Simplified Chinese (zh-CN) translation

Simplified Chinese (zh-CN) translation
Created attachment 333565 [details]
Japanese (ja) translation
Created attachment 333773 [details]
Brazilian Portuguese (pt-BR) Localization

brazilian portuguese localization
Staś, will you make the Polish translation by yourself, or do you need help with this?
Created attachment 334190 [details]
German (de) localization
(In reply to comment #8)
> Staś, will you make the Polish translation by yourself, or do you need help
> with this?

Marcoos, thanks for the offer :) I'll handle this myself and ask for a review today.
Blocks: 449417
Created attachment 335524 [details]
Polish translation

Witia, can you take a look at this, please? Thanks!

Comment 12

9 years ago
Created attachment 335561 [details]
Polish translation 2

(In reply to comment #11)
> Created an attachment (id=335524) [details]
> Polish translation
> Witia, can you take a look at this, please? Thanks!

Done. Few changes in attachment.
Blocks: 452510
Created attachment 336447 [details]
Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) (zh-TW) translation
Yay, great, thanks Tim! :) You can preview your translation at the staging server:
http://euro-surveys.php5stage.mozilla.com/?id=8
Stas, we need some small improvements:

* fields are too narrow, e.g. the first question, why we only use a width of 330px?

* text fields for additional inputs should better be textarea instances

Comment 16

9 years ago
(In reply to comment #15)
> Stas, we need some small improvements:
Since [id] language tends to have longer words, I agree with both Henrik's suggestion
Henrik, thanks for suggestions.

(In reply to comment #15)
> Stas, we need some small improvements:
> 
> * fields are too narrow, e.g. the first question, why we only use a width of
> 330px?

It's so much easier to have this width fixed :) Plus in case of questions with "yes/no" answers, making the fields too wide would be bad from the usability point of view. What we can do easily is to have to different classes of questions: narrow and wide. Would that be good? Any suggestions on exact width for both classes?

> * text fields for additional inputs should better be textarea instances

I'm not sure about this. I like them the way they are now. We probably don't want to encourage to much writing there :) Why would you prefer textareas?

Thanks for looking at this. Please, keep me updated if you find other issues :)
Guys, take a look at stage and tell me what you think (wider questions):
http://euro-surveys.php5stage.mozilla.com/?id=10 

Personally, this looks very good to me :)
(In reply to comment #17)
> It's so much easier to have this width fixed :) Plus in case of questions with
> "yes/no" answers, making the fields too wide would be bad from the usability
> point of view. What we can do easily is to have to different classes of
> questions: narrow and wide. Would that be good? Any suggestions on exact width
> for both classes?

Why can't you put the checkboxes and radio buttons in-front of the text? In
that case we wont have any usability problem in recognizing the correct line.
And this is the way the normal user expect it in our area. RTL locales should
use the current implementation.

> I'm not sure about this. I like them the way they are now. We probably don't
> want to encourage to much writing there :) Why would you prefer textareas?

Even if you don't want to have too much content here, its a hassle to give a
statement where you only be able to see 2 or 3 words. Nothing is more annoying
as scrolling all the way. I would prefer textareas because we can wrap the
text.

> Thanks for looking at this. Please, keep me updated if you find other issues 

Selecting the 2nd radiobutton for e.g. question 1 (German), the text gets bold
and because the box is too narrow it's wrapped to the next line. Personally I
don't like that because all the following content is also shifted down.
(Assignee)

Comment 20

9 years ago
Created attachment 338417 [details]
Firefox User Survey - FR

I found a couple of issues in the French translation, here is an updated one. Stas, please replace the version you currently use before launch, thanks :)
Attachment #333414 - Attachment is obsolete: true
Pascal, thanks a lot. Checked in in r18215.
(In reply to comment #19)
> (In reply to comment #17)
> > It's so much easier to have this width fixed :) Plus in case of questions with
> > "yes/no" answers, making the fields too wide would be bad from the usability
> > point of view. What we can do easily is to have to different classes of
> > questions: narrow and wide. Would that be good? Any suggestions on exact width
> > for both classes?
> 
> Why can't you put the checkboxes and radio buttons in-front of the text? In
> that case we wont have any usability problem in recognizing the correct line.
> And this is the way the normal user expect it in our area. RTL locales should
> use the current implementation.

I think the pattern in survey design is to have the radiobuttons/checkboxes on the right. At least, this has been my impression.

> 
> > I'm not sure about this. I like them the way they are now. We probably don't
> > want to encourage to much writing there :) Why would you prefer textareas?
> 
> Even if you don't want to have too much content here, its a hassle to give a
> statement where you only be able to see 2 or 3 words. Nothing is more annoying
> as scrolling all the way. I would prefer textareas because we can wrap the
> text.

OK :) I see your points, I'll fix that (in next survey however). Would you ming filing a bug?

> 
> > Thanks for looking at this. Please, keep me updated if you find other issues 
> 
> Selecting the 2nd radiobutton for e.g. question 1 (German), the text gets bold
> and because the box is too narrow it's wrapped to the next line. Personally I
> don't like that because all the following content is also shifted down.

Fixed.

I'd like to close this bug, so ideally, we can move the discussion over to a new bug. Thanks! :)
Ok, filed bug 450240 for further improvements. Marking as fixed.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 9 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Thanks Henrik.
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