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  • renep
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    Originally posted by Floris View Post
    how many phrases have been translated?
    I have no idea.

    None of the control panel has been translated?
    Only the phrases that also show up in the forum.

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  • Floris
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    Good luck with the release.

    Can you run a query and see how many phrases have been translated? None of the control panel has been translated?

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  • Eagle Creek
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    Roger!

    I hope they have processed my buttons then..

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  • renep
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    Originally posted by Eagle Creek View Post
    Can't you upload it to the forums?
    Yes, I think it's stable now, so I'll submit a release to the vBulletin Downloads forum later this evening.

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  • Eagle Creek
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    Originally posted by renep View Post
    There's a new 1.2 release of our translation for vBulletin 3.6.x. It contains the minor improvements discussed in this thread ('reprimande' -> 'berisping', English phrases after 'discussies verplaatsen', typo, a system message).

    Google for: Nederlandse vertaling vBulletin Applinet.
    Can't you upload it to the forums?

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  • renep
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    There's a new 1.2 release of our translation for vBulletin 3.6.x. It contains the minor improvements discussed in this thread ('reprimande' -> 'berisping', English phrases after 'discussies verplaatsen', typo, a system message).

    Google for: Nederlandse vertaling vBulletin Applinet.

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  • renep
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    Originally posted by Grover View Post
    I do think that legar has a good point that not every new thread is going to evolve into a discussion (more then 1 post) and therefor [New Thread] should be called [New Topic] instead.

    But I understand you don't agree with that?
    I think the choice is rather arbitrary. There's something to be said for 'onderwerp' (topic), as indeed not every thread is a discussion.

    OTOH, an 'onderwerp' is not an object, it's the property of an object. A discussion can have a topic, a conversation can have a topic, a book can have a topic, but you can't win, post in or read a topic, says my 'taalgevoel'. Try it. Say a friend returns from a meeting. So you ask: "Heb je nog wat gezegd in dat onderwerp?" It sounds silly.

    Perhaps 'conversatie', or less formal: 'gesprek' woult strictly speaking be better than 'discussie', but it sounds rather 'kunstmatig' and 'ongebruikelijk'.

    Also 'discussie' is closer to vB's English original.

    Anyway, it's too late now. Choices were made, texts have been translated, tears have been shed, invoices have been sent, bytes burnt to cd-rom. Topic closed, discussions will go on for ever

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  • Grover
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    Originally posted by renep View Post
    Actually I'm moving in the other direction: on my todo list is: ask designer to change button texts to new translation
    Aha. Although I do think that legar has a good point that not every new thread is going to evolve into a discussion (more then 1 post) and therefor [New Thread] should be called [New Topic] instead.

    But I understand you don't agree with that? Well... if it stays 'Discussie' instead of 'Onderwerp' in your translation I can live with it perfectly.

    Everything is better then having to stick with the stock english translation and the term 'Thread'..... (I guess you are following the stock translation as much as possible and therefor choose to stick with 'Discussie' instead of 'Onderwerp'? Fair enough, but I am one of those people who think that the stock term 'Thread' is wrong to begin with, but I have pointed that out already).

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  • renep
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    Originally posted by Grover View Post
    As you are using the button [Nieuw Onderwerp] yourself, maybe it's better to change the tooltip from 'Nieuwe discussie starten' to 'Nieuw onderwerp plaatsen'?
    Actually I'm moving in the other direction: on my todo list is: ask designer to change button texts to new translation

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  • Grover
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    Originally posted by renep View Post
    Well no... it doesn't provide buttons and the title text (tooltip) of the button is "Nieuwe discussie starten".

    But of course everyone is free to choose or design his own buttons.
    Ah yes, you are right. I was just browsing your site and didn't realise that indeed those dutch buttons are not provided with this release.

    In this posting I wrote:

    Feedback:

    - De tooltip van de button [Nieuw Onderwerp] luidt : 'Nieuw discussie starten'.
    Als je dit wilt behouden ipv bijv 'Nieuw onderwerp plaatsen' (wat wellicht logischer is), dan moet het dus zijn : 'Nieuwe discussie starten'.
    As you are using the button [Nieuw Onderwerp] yourself, maybe it's better to change the tooltip from 'Nieuwe discussie starten' to 'Nieuw onderwerp plaatsen'?

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  • Eagle Creek
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    I guess.. There are no new phrases.

    When you are installing it, just ignore the version.

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  • Collectors
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    Great work! Will this translation work with 3.6.1?

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  • renep
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    Originally posted by Shoto View Post
    instead of "als" it says "asl"
    Thanks, we'll fix that.

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  • Shoto
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    Well you can always go into the language part of your admin section and change it. for parts you dont like.

    And one little error:
    select_a_file_to_attach has a spelling error in it.
    instead of "als" is says "asl"

    Again people can change this themselves if they can't wait for a translation.
    Last edited by Shoto; Wed 13 Sep '06, 3:24am.

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  • renep
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    Originally posted by Grover View Post
    When you want to start a new thread (called 'discussie' in dutch), the new dutch translation provides the button [Nieuw Onderwerp] instead of the button [New Thread].
    Well no... it doesn't provide buttons and the title text (tooltip) of the button is "Nieuwe discussie starten".

    But of course everyone is free to choose or design his own buttons.

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