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Timestamp:
03/22/2022 04:23:32 PM (2 years ago)
Author:
audrasjb
Message:

Administration: Replace contracted verb forms for better consistency.

This changeset replaces contracted verb forms like doesn't, can't, or isn't with non-contracted forms like does not, cannot, or is not, for better consistency across the WordPress administration. It also updates some corresponding unit tests strings.

Props Presskopp, socalchristina, aandrewdixon, francina, SergeyBiryukov, JeffPaul, audrasjb, hellofromTonya.
Fixes #38913.
See #39176.

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  • trunk/src/wp-includes/widgets/class-wp-widget-media-video.php

    r47308 r52978  
    4242                'missing_attachment'         => sprintf(
    4343                    /* translators: %s: URL to media library. */
    44                     __( 'We can&#8217;t find that video. Check your <a href="%s">media library</a> and make sure it wasn&#8217;t deleted.' ),
     44                    __( 'We cannot find that video. Check your <a href="%s">media library</a> and make sure it was not deleted.' ),
    4545                    esc_url( admin_url( 'upload.php' ) )
    4646                ),
     
    4949                'media_library_state_single' => __( 'Video Widget' ),
    5050                /* translators: %s: A list of valid video file extensions. */
    51                 'unsupported_file_type'      => sprintf( __( 'Sorry, we can&#8217;t load the video at the supplied URL. Please check that the URL is for a supported video file (%s) or stream (e.g. YouTube and Vimeo).' ), '<code>.' . implode( '</code>, <code>.', wp_get_video_extensions() ) . '</code>' ),
     51                'unsupported_file_type'      => sprintf( __( 'Sorry, we cannot load the video at the supplied URL. Please check that the URL is for a supported video file (%s) or stream (e.g. YouTube and Vimeo).' ), '<code>.' . implode( '</code>, <code>.', wp_get_video_extensions() ) . '</code>' ),
    5252            )
    5353        );
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