January 21, 2015 in Feedback
These two sentences are inserted on the contrary, you should solve the problem.
Please post bugs in the bug tracker. Thank you.
Doesn't look like there's any bug here to me.
The language key is "statusUnlocked" which refers to the current state of the item, while the default text "Lock" refers to the action you can take on it, likely a button. Maybe someone would deem it a bad choice of language key, but no bug in my opinion.
Is a mistake and it shows that the string was inserted backwards
No it wasn't. If something is unlocked (statusUnlocked) then the option that appears on screen will be to lock the unlocked item, so you want the word Lock to appear next to it.
^ Seems perfectly reasonable to me, current status is "unlocked" and the system displays option to lock it, so it says "Lock".
Yes, this is intended.
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