Em 9 de janeiro de 2013, Allin escreveu:
On Wed, 9 Jan 2013, Henrique Andrade wrote:
> Em 3 de dezembro de 2012, Allin Cottrell escreveu:
> On Mon, 3 Dec 2012, Henrique Andrade wrote:
>>> Em 3 de dezembro de 2012, Allin Cottrell escreveu:
>>>> What about under the Advanced tab in Regional and Language
>>> I'm sorry, but I can't find the Advanced tab (please take a look at
>>> the image attached).
>> I suppose that must correspond to "Administrativo" in
> Dear Allin, sorry for the delay in answering your message! Just to
> remember you, I was talking about the untranslated message
> "No such file or directory" when we try to open a non-existing file.
> take a look at the picture attached. As you can see, my Windows
> PC is configured with the Portuguese option.
OK, so I see. But the OS is apparently not providing a Portuguese
translation of the message.
Can anyone else on Windows, running gretl in a language other than
English, comment on this? We're talking about the OS message, "No
such file or directory", which is emitted when opening a file fails.
One should be able to provoke it by doing /File/Open data/User file
in the gretl GUI, and typing in the name of a nonexistent file. The
question is: is the error message translated or not?
I tested on another Windows PC and the same error occurs. So we have
the same problem on Windows Vista and Windows 7.