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== Measurement Image ==
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* View [[Measurement Diagram]]
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* Download [https://bitbucket.org/dismine/valentina/downloads/measurement-body-diagram_20160407.svg Measurement Diagram (SVG)].
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* Download [https://bitbucket.org/dismine/valentina/downloads/RPT_4_mno_mdesc_20151010.pdf Measurement List (PDF)].
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Valentina includes measurements from many different patternmaking systems. Each measurement section (Height, Leg, etc.) has been given a letter, and each measurement has a number within that section. Each measurement has a name based on anatomical points so that translations of measurement names are meaningful across every language.
   
 
== Number of measurements ==
 
== Number of measurements ==
There are many measurements sets that can be used to make a pattern. There isn't a standard set of measurements used by all patternmaking systems. Also some patterns require special measurements which are not usually specified in patternmaking systems. So Valentina must provide support for a large set of measurements in order to support multiple patternmaking systems.
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There isn't a standard set of measurements used by all patternmaking systems. There are many measurements sets that can be used to make a pattern. Also some patterns require special measurements which are not usually specified in patternmaking systems. So Valentina must provide support for a large set of measurements in order to support multiple patternmaking systems and creation of specialty garments.
   
 
== Names of measurements ==
 
== Names of measurements ==
 
Valentina created its own measurement names to help users easily find a measurement. These measurement names do not contain idioms so that they can be translated into other languages and retain their meaning.
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Measurements have different names between patternmaking systems. For example, 'shoulder' and 'shoulder length' are the same measurement. 'Front full length' and 'front shoulder height' are the same measurement. Some systems use the term 'armhole', others use 'armscye'. The terms 'Nape', 'Cervicale', and 'Neck Back' refer to the same point on the body.
 
Measurements have different names between patternmaking systems. For example, 'shoulder' and 'shoulder length' are the same measurement. 'Front full length' and 'front shoulder height' are the same measurement. Some systems use the term 'armhole', others use 'armscye'. The terms 'Nape', 'Cervicale', and 'Neck Back' refer to the same point on the body.
   
 
Some names are associated with multiple measurements. 'Armscye Depth' is sometimes the length from the back of the neck to the level of the bottom of the armscye, and sometimes it's the vertical distance from the shoulder tip to the bottom of the armscye.
 
Some names are associated with multiple measurements. 'Armscye Depth' is sometimes the length from the back of the neck to the level of the bottom of the armscye, and sometimes it's the vertical distance from the shoulder tip to the bottom of the armscye.
 
Valentina created its own measurement names to help users easily find a measurement. These measurement names do not contain idioms so that they can be translated into other languages and retain their meaning.
 
   
 
== Meanings of measurements ==
 
== Meanings of measurements ==
In some patternmaking systems, some measurements are halved. 'Back shoulder width' sometimes means the distance from shoulder tip to shoulder tip across the back, sometimes it means half this measurement. Some patternmaking systems define 'knee girth' to mean the circumference around the knee with a straight leg, some systems define it as the circumference around the knee with a bent leg. A similar situation occurs with the elbow and arm length measurements, some use a straight arm and some use a bent arm.
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In some patternmaking systems, some measurements are halved. 'Back shoulder width' sometimes means the distance from shoulder tip to shoulder tip across the back, sometimes it means half this measurement. Some patternmaking systems define 'knee girth' to mean the circumference around the knee with a straight leg, some systems define it as the circumference around the knee with a bent leg. A similar situation occurs with the elbow and arm length measurements, some use a straight arm and some use a bent arm. All of these variations are included in Valentina measurements.
 
=== Языки ===
 
Valentina сейчас в процессе перевода [https://www.transifex.com/valentina/valentina-project/ более чем на 15 языков]. Перевод с одного языка на другой - это не всегда просто. Названия мерок часто формируются на основании идиом и традиционных для той или иной страны выражений. Это сильно затрудняет процесс.
 
 
== What to do? ==
 
To aid the measurement discussion, we've drawn a set of measurements that contains measurements from many different patternmaking systems. Each measurement section has been given a letter and each measurement has a number within that section.
 
   
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== Languages ==
Valentina's future [https://bitbucket.org/dismine/valentina/wiki/Road%20map roadmap] includes adding features to enable creation of user macros to support frequently used formulas.
 
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Valentina is being translated into [https://www.transifex.com/valentina/valentina-project/ 30+ languages]. The translations between languages isn't always straightforward. Measurement names frequently are rooted in idioms and traditions and are not easily translated.
   
 
== How can I help? ==
To contribute to the discussion on measurements, post your comments to the [groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/valentina-project-list Google users group].
 
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If you have questions or suggestions about measurements, please post them to the [http://forum.valentina-project.org/ forum]
   
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== How can I propose a new measurement? ==
== Measurement Image and Download ==
 
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Your proposal should include short name, long name (human readable), description, category you think it should be included and an image.
To download the measurements file, click here: [https://bitbucket.org/dismine/valentina/downloads/measurement-body-diagram_20160407.svg the last diagram]. To download a PDF which shows the names for each measurement, click here: [https://bitbucket.org/dismine/valentina/downloads/RPT_4_mno_mdesc_20151010.pdf Measurements list].
 
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Create a bug ticket in the Issue Tracker.
 
To contribute to the discussion on measurements, post your comments to the [http://forum.valentina-project.org/ forum].

Latest revision as of 15:34, 6 March 2017

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Measurement Image

Valentina includes measurements from many different patternmaking systems. Each measurement section (Height, Leg, etc.) has been given a letter, and each measurement has a number within that section. Each measurement has a name based on anatomical points so that translations of measurement names are meaningful across every language.

Number of measurements

There isn't a standard set of measurements used by all patternmaking systems. There are many measurements sets that can be used to make a pattern. Also some patterns require special measurements which are not usually specified in patternmaking systems. So Valentina must provide support for a large set of measurements in order to support multiple patternmaking systems and creation of specialty garments.

Names of measurements

Valentina created its own measurement names to help users easily find a measurement. These measurement names do not contain idioms so that they can be translated into other languages and retain their meaning.

Measurements have different names between patternmaking systems. For example, 'shoulder' and 'shoulder length' are the same measurement. 'Front full length' and 'front shoulder height' are the same measurement. Some systems use the term 'armhole', others use 'armscye'. The terms 'Nape', 'Cervicale', and 'Neck Back' refer to the same point on the body.

Some names are associated with multiple measurements. 'Armscye Depth' is sometimes the length from the back of the neck to the level of the bottom of the armscye, and sometimes it's the vertical distance from the shoulder tip to the bottom of the armscye.

Meanings of measurements

In some patternmaking systems, some measurements are halved. 'Back shoulder width' sometimes means the distance from shoulder tip to shoulder tip across the back, sometimes it means half this measurement. Some patternmaking systems define 'knee girth' to mean the circumference around the knee with a straight leg, some systems define it as the circumference around the knee with a bent leg. A similar situation occurs with the elbow and arm length measurements, some use a straight arm and some use a bent arm. All of these variations are included in Valentina measurements.

Languages

Valentina is being translated into 30+ languages. The translations between languages isn't always straightforward. Measurement names frequently are rooted in idioms and traditions and are not easily translated.

How can I help?

If you have questions or suggestions about measurements, please post them to the forum

How can I propose a new measurement?

Your proposal should include short name, long name (human readable), description, category you think it should be included and an image. Create a bug ticket in the Issue Tracker. To contribute to the discussion on measurements, post your comments to the forum.