[BlueOnyx:08480] Re: Japanese GUI Language still have some problem.
bluequartz at hypersys.ne.jp
Thu Sep 15 22:40:30 PET 2011
> (I'd also like to see a similar control of whether the remote access tab
> displays :-)
No we don't use the "remote access" function
Because it is hard to use copy / paste, no function to swith sjis euc utf8
It's no meaning for us.
> The menu entry "BlueOnyx News" and the newspage itself can *only* be seen
> by a
> server administrator.
> A siteAdmin will not see it. A user site user will not see it.
I think you might have misunderstanding on the "server administrator".
For exsample, in my case, many dedicated servers are for companys,
and for resale contractors.
The company person selected BO, BQ which has a multi-sites function as
www. www2. brog. sns. ... etc. ( before multi sub-domain came )
The resale contractor selected BO, BQ which has multi-domain at one server.
Both persons can use only Japanese Windows.
No knowledge of linux, no knowledge of English.
But you began "BlueOnyx News" suddenly.
The "BlueOnyx News" is the *proof * of excepting people outside in the
> Stephanie wrote;
> Perhaps the solution is to have a general server setting to turn on/off
> display of the blueonyx feed. This eliminates this feature. (I'd also like
> to see a similar control of whether the remote access tab displays :-)
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Michael Stauber [mailto:mstauber at blueonyx.it]
>> Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2011 7:30 AM
>> To: BlueOnyx General Mailing List
>> Subject: [BlueOnyx:08475] Re: Japanese GUI Language still have some
>> Hi Eiji Hamano,
>> > 1, BlueOnyx is made for not technical person as for many.
>> > That is, a end user and resaler also go into the control
>> The menu entry "BlueOnyx News" and the newspage itself can *only* be
>> seen by a
>> server administrator.
>> A siteAdmin will not see it.
>> A user site user will not see it.
>> Please try it out. Login as a site admin or regular user. You don't
>> see the
>> "BlueOnyx News" then.
>> > 2. If a top page is most slowly, as a first person and a
>> > how do they feel it ?
>> Actually you don't have to wait for the page to load if you're in a
>> But this discussion is somewhat circular and fruitless, Eiji. We're
>> back where
>> we usually are: I asked if you would help with the Japanese
>> translation of the
>> BlueOnyx GUI and like it is so often the case: When we ask for
>> volunteers, it
>> gets awfully quiet. ;o)
>> With best regards
>> Michael Stauber
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