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Foo'bar 11-06-2011 10:08 AM

[Bug tracking] Bf 110: wrong tag descriptions
 
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Some minor errors I've stumbled upon recently. Please check commented screenshots.

Btw: "Nagerecht" is a funny word in german ;)

Edit: corrected "Waagerecht" to "Wagerecht"

Edit: possible explanation of "Nagerecht" origin: http://www.cockpitinstrumente.de/ins...Fl%2050869.gif The "W" is covered by switch.

FG28_Kodiak 11-06-2011 02:25 PM

Yes but your correction is also wrong.
Nagerecht should be Wagerecht.
http://www.cockpitinstrumente.de/Pan...0/Bf_110-1.JPG

Kongo-Otto 11-06-2011 02:57 PM

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Originally Posted by FG28_Kodiak (Post 358679)
Yes but your correction is also wrong.
Nagerecht should be Wagerecht.
http://www.cockpitinstrumente.de/Pan...0/Bf_110-1.JPG

Both are correct, back then you did write it Wagerecht and now you write it Waagerecht (new style German after the Rechtschreibreform (spelling reform) from 1996).
;)
But for historical accuracy it should be written Wagerecht.

Foo'bar 11-06-2011 03:14 PM

Oh sorry, yes, the spelling reform... Sorry guys. Otto is totally right.

"Wagerecht" is right of course. Corrected images above.

nadasero 11-06-2011 03:48 PM

Bad spelling but good engineering
 
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Originally Posted by Kongo-Otto (Post 358692)
Both are correct, back then you did write it Wagerecht and now you write it Waagerecht (new style German after the Rechtschreibreform (spelling reform) from 1996).
;)
But for historical accuracy it should be written Wagerecht.

I couldn't find any reference to the spelling reform in 1996, but I found that the word Wage (Scale) was changed to Waage in 1927 to separate it from the word Wagen (Car, Cart, Coach). I'm sure, the word wagerecht was changed at the same time to waagerecht. I found it for example in the big BF110B-manual on page 24.

My conclusion is, that this is bad spelling but good engineering. They had letters with a certain size and there was not enough room for the correct word. So they used the wrong spelling.

It is possible, that both version were allowed at that time.

Foo'bar 11-06-2011 07:31 PM

Interesting - and possible :)

Kobold10 11-07-2011 06:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Foo'bar (Post 358596)
Some minor errors I've stumbled upon resently. Please check commented screenshots.

Btw: "Nagerecht" is a funny word in german ;)

Edit: corrected "Waagerecht" to "Wagerecht"

Good input, thanks mate! Another thing should be the implementation of the MG/FFM into the Bf 110 C4. Historical sources claim that the bird was equiped with the modyfied oerlikons with the capability to fire mineshells.

Codex 11-08-2011 07:55 PM

I guess they forgot to use the correct language pack in Photoshop for Ä/ä, Ö/ö, Ü/ü ß

Kongo-Otto 11-12-2011 12:11 AM

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Originally Posted by nadasero (Post 358714)
I couldn't find any reference to the spelling reform in 1996, but I found that the word Wage (Scale) was changed to Waage in 1927 to separate it from the word Wagen (Car, Cart, Coach). I'm sure, the word wagerecht was changed at the same time to waagerecht. I found it for example in the big BF110B-manual on page 24.

My conclusion is, that this is bad spelling but good engineering. They had letters with a certain size and there was not enough room for the correct word. So they used the wrong spelling.

It is possible, that both version were allowed at that time.

That are the results when bavarians have to write in german!
Could also bee an bad translation from Wagrecht (bavarian spoken: woagrecht) to German Waagerecht.

Dont forget: 70 Million Germans can not speak Bavarian! :grin:
Bavarian for Beginners Lektion 1 ;)

Foo'bar 11-12-2011 08:50 AM

Ho ho ho.. err... Ha ha ha :D


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