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#1 freeloc

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Posted 06 November 2009 - 10:03 PM

Hello all,
I would like to support all possible languages in my products :-) Could you help me? :-)

For translations I have created website

http://freeloc.kopromaster.com

where is complete database of all messages from my products available free. If you would like to help me with translation, just register (no e-mail or other personal info required) and browse list of messages to be translated.

There are lots of messages there, but you can translate only few. Other users from your country can translate rest of them.

Database is exportable, you can use it in your products.

Website is not only for my purposes, but it could help you too:
If you need translate your products, just add name of your project and align already translated or add new messages to it. There is progress meter of translation for every project.

If you translate any message, other users who will use it in their products, will be required to list your name in credits.

All messages you will add to FreeLoc database I'll translate to Czech.

English verification by native english speakers are also wanted.

Website title page:
http://freeloc.kopromaster.com/

"About" subpage:
http://freeloc.kopro...php?ACTION=1006

Discussion:
http://freeloc.kopro...php?ACTION=1019

Database list and export:
http://freeloc.kopro...php?ACTION=1008

Thank you for support!

#2 Goofy

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Posted 06 November 2009 - 11:03 PM

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Hello I gave a quick test run , and though I did not find so obvious to understand wher to add translations, the whole project seems great as far as I can understand.
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#3 freeloc

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 06:05 PM

QUOTE (Goofy @ Nov 6 2009, 22:03) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
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Hello I gave a quick test run , and though I did not find so obvious to understand wher to add translations, the whole project seems great as far as I can understand.


Add translation for existing messages:
1) register / login
2) click at "Browse translations" item in main menu
3) click at "Wanted for selected project" or at "Wanted for some projects" button (upper menu)
4) choose message in table, which you would like to translate or verify
5) click at "edit/detail" link for message you have chosen
6) in the third memobox you can translate english text (english text is in the 2nd memobox and hint for message is in the 1st memobox)
7) click at "Change" button and if no error occured, message is translated (if you reload "Wanted" list, it should disappear

If you want translation of your own message from your software/website:
1) register/login
2) click at "Projects" item in main menu
3) select your project or create new project
4) click at "Browse translations" item in main menu
5) it's not necessary, but I recommend to click at "All for selected project" button in upper menu
6) Bottom on messages list is form "Add message", where you can add your own message (string name, english text and hint). Translation to your native language starts after "Add message button", but you can select "Continue with inserting..." checkbox to speedup entering new messages. Don't forget to check "Add into current project" checkbox, otherwise new message stays unaligned and it is not visible in "Wanted..." list.
7) If you forget to align new message to your project, you can do it manually in "All" list.
When you enter new message, please check first if some similar message doesn't already exist in database. You can add any of existing message to your project ("Select action"/"Perform action" below messages table).

#4 Atlanx

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 10:13 PM

I'm the only one who gets "HTTP/1.0 404 Not Found" by opening http://freeloc.kopromaster.com/ ???
My OpenPGP-Key is stored on: subkeys.pgp.net

#5 Goofy

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 11:41 PM

QUOTE (Atlanx @ Nov 8 2009, 22:13) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I'm the only one who gets "HTTP/1.0 404 Not Found" by opening http://freeloc.kopromaster.com/ ???

Yes you are :D
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#6 freeloc

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Posted 09 November 2009 - 05:41 PM

QUOTE (Atlanx @ Nov 8 2009, 21:13) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I'm the only one who gets "HTTP/1.0 404 Not Found" by opening http://freeloc.kopromaster.com/ ???


Your IP is blocked due to spambot visit (somebody using your internet provider was infected in past).
Please wait, I'll unblock all spam-banned IP's during tomorrow and try it tomorrow evening.
I'm sorry for inconvenience...

#7 Atlanx

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Posted 09 November 2009 - 07:47 PM

QUOTE (freeloc @ Nov 9 2009, 17:41) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Your IP is blocked due to spambot visit (somebody using your internet provider was infected in past).


Oh, that's nice. My provider is "German Telekom".... this big, pink company....
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#8 freeloc

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Posted 10 November 2009 - 09:54 AM

QUOTE (Atlanx @ Nov 9 2009, 19:47) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Oh, that's nice. My provider is "German Telekom".... this big, pink company....

Yes, I see it in blocklist: reason = spambot visit on 9. 9. 2007 :-)

Today I have done large amnesty, hundereds of IPs are now allowed again to access all my servers. You can now try again to enter website, it should work now :-)


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