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    Default Brazilian Portuguese translation is incomplete

    I know that the localization of Ext is a community contribution, so let me make my contribuition here.

    I've included Ext.panel.Panel into my ext-locale package and I believe that it will be useful for others as well. As long as I find another untranslated text I'll update this thread.

    Just unpack the attached file to the following folder.

    By the way the changes I've made are
    Ext.define("Ext.locale.pt_BR.panel.Panel", {
        override: "Ext.panel.Panel",
        closeToolText: "Fechar painel",
        collapseToolText: "Colapsar painel",
        expandToolText: "Expandir painel"
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  2. #2
    Sencha User
    Join Date
    Feb 2013


    Thanks for the report! I have opened an Improvement in our bug tracker.

  3. #3

    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Brazil, Porto Alegre


    I think Contrair Painel its bether than Colapsar Painel, becouse it fits well with Expandir Painel

  4. #4
    Sencha - Support Team
    Join Date
    Mar 2015


    To keep the standard with most apps translated to pt-br, collapse was translated as 'recolher'.
    This has been merged to the framework and will be available for 6.0.2/6.1
    Guilherme Lopes
    Sencha Support

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