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  • bendiesel
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    Thank you very much Wayne..

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Forwarded it on to them.
    Last edited by Wayne Luke; Thu 8th Aug '19, 1:53pm.

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  • bendiesel
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    thank you very much Wayne !

    here is in attachment the arabic translation (corrected and completed) of the last version
    Attached Files

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You can attach it to this topic and I will point the Mobile Team to it.

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  • bendiesel
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    Hi Wayne !

    i finished to correct and complete translation of the last language pack to arabic. Please where is the right place to post and upload the arabic xml file so it could be integrated in next version android app ?

    thank you very much

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  • bendiesel
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    thank you very much Wayne ! it's clear

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You can add them to the Arabic file. New versions of the app will add and subtract phrases over time. Depending on how many phrases are missing, it may just be easier to re-translate the English file.

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  • bendiesel
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    and what about missing strings in arabic xml files ? we can see the example above:

    Code:
     <string name="login_email_hint">Email Address</string>

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Order doesn't matter.

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  • bendiesel
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    Hi Wayne, please should i modify the xml file to be exactly the same as the english xml file ? same strings with same orders or should i keep it as i found it in "Android20_language_packs.zip" ?
    because we can notice there is difference between english and arabic xml file for example:

    english xml file:
    Code:
        <!-- Login Activity -->
        <string name="login_email_hint">Email Address</string>
        <string name="login_username_hint">Username</string>
        <string name="login_password_hint">Password</string>
        <string name="login_login_button">Login</string>
        <string name="login_skip_login_text">Skip</string>
    arabic xml file:
    Code:
        <!-- Login Activity -->
        <string name="login_username_hint">اسم المستخدم</string>
        <string name="login_password_hint">كلمة المرور</string>
        <string name="login_login_button">تسجيل الدخول</string>
        <string name="login_signup_above_text">ليس لديك اشتراك بعد؟</string>
        <string name="login_signup_button">أنشىء اشتراك</string>
        <string name="login_skip_login_text">تخطى الآن</string>
        <string name="login_enter_button">إدخال</string>

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  • bendiesel
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    thank you very much Wayne

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Your text editor should have an option to save files as UTF-8. Many do it by default these days. For instance, my text editor of choice is Microsoft's Visual Studio Code. To save or open a file as UTF-8, I can just click on an indicator in the status bar. You'll need to consult the documentation of your editor to find out how to do this.

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  • bendiesel
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    thank you Wayne, so all the answers are supposed to be yes,

    1. Open and translate all the strings to your language utilizing UTF-8 encoding within the relevant XML file
    how to do this ? open the english xml and translate with notepad++ for example ? how to do it in UTF-8 ?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    You're welcome to create and submit an updated XML file.

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  • bendiesel
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    Hi! i'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this question, if not please tell me where, thank you very much

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