Missing translation of "Take" after upgrade to 4.2.7

Hi there!

I’ve encountered a problem after the upgrade to 4.2.7:
In the system saved search "10 newest unowned tickets " the string "Take"
is not translated anymore. Is there something i can do?
All worked fine before the update. What is missing now?

Greetings,
Markus

I’ve encountered a problem after the upgrade to 4.2.7:
In the system saved search "10 newest unowned tickets " the string “Take” is
not translated anymore. Is there something i can do?
All worked fine before the update. What is missing now?

Just checked, standard RT 4.2.7 install, switched to German, take is
translated.

I suspect someone edited the format of your search, or you updated
your de.po according to a suggestion earlier on the list and caused
problems.

You can click on the Edit next the search, click on
You can also edit the predefined search itself: Search - Unowned
Tickets
Click on Advanced
show the Format

Additionally

((rt-4.2.7))$ grep -A1 ‘msgid “Take”’ share/po/de.po
msgid "Take"
msgstr “Übernehmen”

-kevin

Hi Kevin!

Thanks for the input. I already tried a fresh installation (deleted
database and initialize-database) on my development environment with no
effect.
Maybe the problem was a not correctly cleaned mason cache?!?! (Today I
tried a completely new installation and then the translation was correct!)

I now have re-imported the saved search attribute from the
initialdata-file via

##################### repair-search.txt
@Attributes = (
{ Name => ‘Search - Unowned Tickets’,
Description => ‘[_1] newest unowned tickets’, # loc
Content =>

‘Take’ #loc

  { Format =>  q{'<a 

href=“WebPath/Ticket/Display.html?id=id”>id/TITLE:#’,}
. q{‘Subject/TITLE:Subject’,}
. q{QueueName, ExtendedStatus, CreatedRelative, }
. q{‘loc(Take)/TITLE:NBSP’},
Query => " Owner = ‘Nobody’ AND ( Status = ‘new’ OR Status =
‘open’)",
OrderBy => ‘Created’,
Order => ‘DESC’
},
},
);

./sbin/rt-setup-database --action insert --datafile repair-search.txt
–dba mysql

and now it is working fine. Thanks!

Greetings.