/*Please don't change the name of the application*/ "app.name" = "TODO List"; /*Fuzzy*/ "app.login.text" = "Enter your credentials below to login"; "app.login.message.success" = "Login successful !\nWelcome back %s !"; "app.login.message.error" = "Make sure you've entered the correct username and password"; "app.login.password.forget" = "I forgot my password"; "app.login.password.reset" = "Enter your address in the field below. A new password will be sent to your inbox."; "app.register.text" = "Sign up for free! No credit card required!"; "app.register.message.success" = "Thank you for signing up !\nPlease check your email address to activate your account."; "app.register.message.error" = "We were unable to sign you up.\nPlease correct the marked fields."; "app.menu.terms" = "Terms and conditions"; /*form_label*/ "app.login.label" = "Username"; "app.users.active" = "Just one user online"; /*form_label*/ "app.login.pass" = "Password";
What are iOS strings files
The standard strings file format consists of one or more key-value pairs along with optional comments. The key and value in a given pair are strings of text enclosed in double quotation marks, separated by an equal sign, and terminated by a semicolon. Although the inclusion of comments is optional, they do provide a useful way to communicate contextual information to the translator about how each string is used.
Good to know
- To work with POEditor, .strings files need to be encoded in UTF-8, like the rest of our supported formats, although Apple recommends UTF-16.
- Comments are marked with /* .... */
- Terms take their comments from above. If there are comments after the term, on the same line, the comment will be taken by the next term.
- There are no plurals (only term – translation pairs), context and reference.