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Re: [tdf-discuss] need new string in chart type dialog of line and XY chart for smoothing line with B-spline


Hi Steve,

Steve Edmonds schrieb:


On 2011-05-25 10:44, Regina Henschel wrote:
Hi all,

with ODF1.2 the way a curve is smoothed by B-spline will change. See
http://docs.oasis-open.org/office/v1.2/cs01/OpenDocument-v1.2-cs01-part1.html,
chapter 20.26.

The current string "Data points order" does not describe this property
correctly. In spec you find "a B-spline interpolation with polynomials
of degree p" and this value p is entered in the dialog. But the text
"interpolation with polynomials of degree p" is too long.

Any idea for a short text, that describes this property?

Kind regards
Regina

How many characters are available.

Currently it is in English "Data points order", that are 17 characters, in German we have "Ordnung für Stützpunkte", that are 23 characters, Spanish has 28 characters and fills the dialog area completely.

"Interpolation Polynomial Degree"
"Degree of Spline Polynomial"
"Degree of Polynomial"

Degree of Polynomial
Is that clear in content? Then it would be good. I have tried other languages with Google. They have similar length.

Kind regards
Regina


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