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Posted · Python Script how to get the label in my native langage

Hello,

 

I'm looking for a solution to get the translation of  a label  parameter. I can get the label or the description inthe default langage but I don't know how to get it the the right translated text.

 

        #   layer_height
        GetVal = Application.getInstance().getGlobalContainerStack().getProperty("layer_height", "value")
        GetLabel = Application.getInstance().getGlobalContainerStack().getProperty("layer_height", "label")

 

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    Posted · Python Script how to get the label in my native langage

    Getting the label indeed gets the untranslated one. You can translate it by passing it though the localisation catalog (i18nCatalog)


    It would look a bit like this (it's untested code, so it might not work)

    from UM.i18n import i18nCatalog
    
    catalog = i18nCatalog("Cura")
    
    untranslated_label = Application.getInstance().getGlobalContainerStack().getProperty("layer_height", "label")
    translated_label = catalog.i18n(untranslated_label)

     

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    Posted (edited) · Python Script how to get the label in my native langage

    Hello @nallath and @ahoeben ,

     

    Thanks for your help , None of these solutions seems to work, If it's just a word I've got a translation but a complex label is not translated.

     

    Tested :

    from UM.i18n import i18nCatalog
    
    catalog = i18nCatalog("cura")
    
    untranslated_label = Application.getInstance().getGlobalContainerStack().getProperty("layer_height", "label")
    translated_label = catalog.i18n(untranslated_label)

    and 

     

    from UM.i18n import i18nCatalog
    
    catalog = i18nCatalog("cura")
    
    untranslated_label = Application.getInstance().getGlobalContainerStack().getProperty("layer_height", "label")
    translated_label = catalog.i18nc("@label", untranslated_label)

     

    with the same result 😞

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    Posted (edited) · Python Script how to get the label in my native langage

    I think I have tested every combination possible without success. but I never give up.

     

    translated_label=catalog.i18n(key)
    untranslated_label=stack.getProperty(key,"label")
    translated_label=catalog.i18n(untranslated_label)
    definition_key=key + " label" 
    untranslated_label=stack.getProperty(key,"label")
    translated_label=catalog.i18nc(definition_key, untranslated_label)

     

    untranslated_label=stack.getProperty(key,"label")
    translated_label=catalog.i18nc("@label", untranslated_label)

     

    untranslated_label=stack.getProperty(key,"label").capitalize()
    translated_label=catalog.i18nc("@label", untranslated_label)

     

    untranslated_label=stack.getProperty(key,"label")
    translated_label=catalog.i18nc("@label", key)

     

    untranslated_label=stack.getProperty(key,"label")
    translated_label=catalog.i18nc(key, untranslated_label)

     

     

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    Posted (edited) · Python Script how to get the label in my native langage

    some help from Uranium translation Guide 

     

    https://github.com/Ultimaker/Uranium/blob/master/docs/translations.md

     

     

    https://github.com/Ultimaker/Uranium/blob/master/UM/i18n.py

     

        def i18nc(self, context: str, text: str, *args: Any) -> str:
            """Mark a string as translatable and provide a context for translators.
            :param context: The context of the string, i.e. something that explains
            the use of the text.
            :param text: The text to mark translatable.
            :param args: Formatting arguments. These will replace formatting elements
            in the translated string. See python ``str.format()``.
            :return: The translated text or the untranslated text if it was not found
            in this catalog.
            """

     

     

     

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    Posted (edited) · Python Script how to get the label in my native langage

    YES!!!! I finaly got the solution .

     

    The printing parameters are not define in the cura.po file but in fdmprinter.def.json.po  so the  catalog must be specified as

    i18n_catalog = i18nCatalog("fdmprinter.def.json")

     

    po_file.jpg

     

    from UM.i18n import i18nCatalog
    
    i18n_catalog = i18nCatalog("fdmprinter.def.json")
    
    #: fdmprinter.def.json
    # msgctxt "support_extruder_nr_layer_0 label"  -> Context 
    # msgid "First Layer Support Extruder"  -> Key 
    # msgstr "Extrudeuse de support de la première couche"  -> translated text
    
    definition_key=key + " label"
    untranslated_label=stack.getProperty(key,"label")
    translated_label=i18n_catalog.i18nc(definition_key, untranslated_label)
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