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Localisation Issues of Software Shortcut Keys

  title={Localisation Issues of Software Shortcut Keys},
  author={Gintautas Grigas and Tatjana Jevsikova and Agne Strelkauskyte},
No common agreement exists on whether all shortcut keys should be localised during software localisation or not. The main argument in favour of the localisation of shortcut keys is a possibility to preserve mnemonics in the target language, whereas the main argument against their localisation is a possibility to maintain uniform command letters in the source and target languages. The aim of this paper is to investigate the localisation of shortcut keys and find a compromise between the… 

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