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|0000274||SOGo||Web General||public||2009-12-04 12:44||2010-04-19 20:34|
|Summary||0000274: Translations don't support plural forms|
It is impossible to translate these strings correctly. Only some languages use same noun form for all numeric values. English has two forms (1 card/2 cards), Lithuanian has three forms (1 kortel?/2 kortel?s/10 korteli?).
If translations do support plural forms, could you document it in http://www.scalableogo.org/english/support/faq/article/how-to-translate-sogo-in-another-language.html.
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That is a very particular issue that we need to address. I believe there are documentation on this across the Internet describing "best pratices" for proper handling of plural forms in different languages.
You can find information about plurals in gettext manual. http://www.gnu.org/software/hello/manual/gettext/Plural-forms.html
Please fix security issues first. 295 is only about one browser, but 301 is about all of them and proof of concept can be updated to load something more malicious than "hello world."