[Xerte] Re: language

robb robb at interlin.nl
Wed Jan 13 11:17:23 GMT 2016

You could investigate this to look for the sentence in the XoT online 
translation tool. Maybe this sentence hasn't been translated? Or it is 
not a string that is translatable and is hardcoded... then you might 
have a problem...

Op 13-01-16 om 12:14 schreef Elly Langewis:
> Hi all,
> Is it true that no matter what the language is set on the learning 
> object level, feedback to MC questions will always end with an English 
> sentence, like "Your answer was incorrect."?
> Even in the example in Dutch which was given by Inge Donkervoort this 
> is the case (see attachment).
> I hope this is not true...
> Elly
> Elly Langewis, CPIO
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