PasscodeGesture

Gesture
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Gesture
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Deleted Account, Jun 16, 2018 at 14:11
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GestureTraccia di sblocco
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Chiara, Dec 22, 2021 at 16:58
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ChiaraDec 22, 2021 at 17:29Reply
There is no consensus right know on how to translate "gesture" in Italian. Some keep the English word, some use the Italian word "gesto". However, such translation is not intuitive in my opinion because "gesto" in Italian means action. Traccia, on the other hand, means "trace" or "track", making the task to do way easier to understand. "Di sblocco" means "unlocking".
kadovskjiDec 22, 2021 at 17:38Reply
I partially agree, but I'm afraid 'Traccia di sblocco' might be a little too lenghty in this case. Samsung uses the term "Segno" for their devices (https://www.samsung.com/it/support/mobile-devices/metodi-di-blocco-disponibili-nei-telefoni-galaxy/)