I’m using Ubuntu 20.04 and Wayland, with gnome-shell currently at version 3.36.1-4ubuntu1. (I originally filed this on Launchpad.)
When trying to start a virtual machine with Gnome Boxes, I get a prompt about keyboard shortcuts. The prompt text is localized, but translated back to English it says:
Boxes wants to inhibit shortcuts You can restore shortcuts by pressing Super+Escape.
In my locale (Finnish), it says
Sovellus Boksit haluaa rajoittaa pikanäppäinten toimintaa. Voit palauttaa pikanäppäinten toiminnan painamalla Super...
(sic; see attached photo)
So the actual key combination is truncated, defeating the point of that part of the text.
This isn’t a localization error (AFAICT, based on the translation source). Rather, it’s caused by the text being forced to fit on a single line of an arbitrarily fixed width, instead of wrapping to span as many lines as needed.