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I18N-ISSUE-240: Bad example: Hard-coded coordinates [ITS-20]

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Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2013 01:54:48 +0000
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I18N-ISSUE-240: Bad example: Hard-coded coordinates [ITS-20]


Raised by: Norbert Lindenberg
On product: ITS-20


Example 2 contains data that is highly inappropriate for an internationalized application: Hard-coded coordinates for user interface elements. Such coordinates would have to be changed during localization to accommodate strings that expand or shrink during translation, larger or smaller fonts used for a localized user interface, expansion or shrinkage in surrounding content, or a change in the overall directionality of the user interface.

These items should be removed from the example.
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