[Phpmyadmin-devel] Log in
Marc.Delisle at cegepsherbrooke.qc.ca
Thu Aug 3 19:13:24 CEST 2006
Sebastian Mendel a écrit :
> Marc Delisle schrieb:
>> Sebastian Mendel a écrit :
>>> Marc Delisle schrieb:
>>>> Robin H. Johnson a écrit :
>>>>> On Wed, Aug 02, 2006 at 06:44:11PM -0400, Marc Delisle wrote:
>>>>>> What about just changing $strLogin: "Log in" to "Log in to MySQL" or
>>>>>> something like that? It would appear as a legend of the fieldset that
>>>>>> encloses Username, Password and Server and I think the look would be
>>>>>> better than a repetition of MySQL.
>>>>> Yes, that would work.
>>>>> Possible Suggestions:
>>>>> 'Login for MySQL'
>>>>> 'Login details for MySQL'
>>>> We had a discussion a while ago and it seemed better to use the verb
>>>> "Log in", same as on sf.net home page, instead of the noun login.
>>> "Log in to MySQL Server"
>>> "MySQL server login"
>>> i would prefer the second
>>> "log in" is the command/task to execute it, and "login" means the
>>> process of logging in ("the login" or "to log in")
>> I felt it was an improvement when we put "Log in" on this panel (in
>> 2.7.0). At least in English it's more direct to put the action first.
> yes, it was, for the button
Not just for the button. In 2.8.2 we have "Log in" as the legend of the
We also use the verb "Log out".
I still think that in an interface, the first words you read are the
> to log in
> the login
> it is like
> education = login
> educate = log in
> education form = login form
> educate me = log me in
>> Maybe in German it's different.
> no, and even if it is, german is not relevant here ... ;-)
> just for the completenes
> log in = anmelden
> login = Anmeldung
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