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Offline mrhyde

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Re: German Translation
« Reply #15 on: February 04, 2020, 02:14:45 AM »
WOW! .A Dream come true! Thank you so much for your work!!!

You are welcome. I just started writing a new recipe and figured out some issues that I already solved on my local installation.

"Sauermalz" is not shown as option to adopt the pH. I used the installation of the Weyermann malts as workaround. The corresponding malt has the option to configure the acid portion. I need to adopt this to the corresponding bsmx file.

The same is true for "Milchs?ure" I copied "Phoshpors?ure" renamed it and changed to concentration.

Some minor things in the reports seem to be still in English depending on the options you choose in your recipe

The styles are all open. Only the headers have been translated so far.

Please report other inconsistencies.

« Last Edit: February 05, 2020, 01:42:28 AM by mrhyde »

Offline mrhyde

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Re: German Translation
« Reply #16 on: February 04, 2020, 10:54:27 PM »
Some updates in the lang.xml file

Update in Misc to address an issue with the Acid "Milchs?ure" during Mash
Update in grain.bsmx to address an issue with "Sauermalz". changed the name to "Sauermalz (Acidulated)". Otherwise it is not offered to adjust the pH.