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Minor French translation bug in the Logical Conditions

  1. When working with GF in French, the Logical Conditions for a field show 'Tout' and 'Tous' (which both essentially mean 'All'). Instead, it should read of 'Tout' and 'Une' (one).

    Actually, I think proper French should have that whole sentence read like this instead:

    "Afficher | Cacher " ce champ si "toutes les conditions sont vraies | une des conditions est vraie" :

    This has led us to make a mistake recently in building a form for a client, I thought it'd be fixed, but I think someone has to report it for that to happen ;)

    BTW, blame French's grammatical plural and grammar rules, but I couldn't find a simple way and use a single word as you do in English for All/One ...

    Posted 8 years ago on Friday March 29, 2013 | Permalink
  2. The translation files were not created by us, but were submitted by thoughtful users of Gravity Forms. If you would like to update the translation, we'll be happy to host your copy here:

    Posted 8 years ago on Monday April 1, 2013 | Permalink