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Re: [ESD-translators] A few bugs in the guide

From: Zoë Kooyman
Subject: Re: [ESD-translators] A few bugs in the guide
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2021 23:53:04 +0200
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Thanks for all these Thérèse, I'll run through them tomorrow morning!

On 28.07.21 21:37, Thérèse Godefroy wrote:
One more bug... A bad one!

10) $ gnupg --list-keys
     bash: gnupg : command not found

(I am using gnupg 2.2.12)

What works is
     $ gpg --list-keys

Le 26/07/2021 à 19:40, Thérèse Godefroy a écrit :
Hi again,

Here are 2 more:

8) Redundancy between step 6.d (index.html) and 2 items of "Bring Email
Self-Defense to new people" (next_step.html).
... but maybe this is a feature, not a bug.

9) index.html, step 3.a
<a href="#step-3b">step 3.b</a> doesn't exist. I think this should be
<a href="#step-2b">step 2.b</a>.

Le 26/07/2021 à 14:50, Thérèse Godefroy a écrit :

Here are a few things I noticed while updating the French translation.

1) index.html, step 2.a

ctrl + alt + t doesn't do anything on my system (Debian 10, xfce desktop
with default shortcuts).

2) index.html, step 3.b

Error: This is not in step 3.b, but in step 3.a (3.b doesn't exist).

* Go to "Edit" (in Icedove) or "Tools" (in Thunderbird)

In Thunderbird 78 (Debian), "Account Settings" is in the Edit menu.
It may be elsewhere in the Windows and macOS versions (not necessarily
in Tools).

I think there is no reason to explain how to get to "Account Settings"
in step 3.b. If people didn't know how to find this menu, they wouldn't
have made it through step 1.a.

3) index.html, step 4.b

I tried to follow the guide with Thunderbird 78.11.0 (Debian 10), and
didn't quite get the same error messages.

* Option 1:
   Instead of
     "This message was sent with a key that you don't have yet."
   I get:
     "This message was _signed_ with a key that you don't have yet."

* Trying to send an encrypted email to someone without their public key:
   Instead of
     "Recipients not valid, not trusted or not found."
   I get
     "Unable to send this message with end-to-end encryption, because
     there are problems with the keys of the following recipients: ..."

By the way, I was unable to import Edward's public key from its first
email. The only address that works is, but unfortunately
Edward always replies from a localized address, even in English

4) index.html, Security tips

Replace &gt with &rarr, and quote menu items for consistency?

5) Enigmail leftovers in keywords

In confirmation.html, infographic.html and workshops.html.
(By the way, why not use the same keywords for all pages?)

6) Inconsistencies in the spelling of macOS

In next_steps.html
    "If you are using Windows, _Mac OS_ or any other proprietary
    operating system..."
In index.html, step 1.b
    <h4>MacOS</h4>  (unimportant because headings are capitalized)

7) Warning at the top of the page (Due to Enigmail's PGP functionality
being migrated...)

Commented out in index.html, but not in the other pages.

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