Давайте поднажмём и переведем до конца русскоязычную часть сайта.
если кто не в курсе:
Using the Pootle Translation Tool
- Go to: http://translate.lingq.com
- Enter username: translate, password: pootle and tick to save this information in
- Register for an account by clicking the Register link in the top right corner. You
will be sent an email with your Activation Code. The email seems a bit erratic so
if you don’t get an email, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we
will manually activate your account.
- Once, you activate your account and log in, you will be asked to “Change
options”. The only thing you need to change on this page is the “Number of rows
in Translate mode” and “…View mode”. Change this to the number that is most
convenient for you. I suggest 50 to start with and see how you find it. You can
always get back to this page by clicking My Account.
- Click “All projects” in the menu
- Click on the “LingQ” project
- Click on the language you are going to work on
- Click on Show Editing Functions in the grey header bar.
- Click on “Quick Translate”
- This takes you to the translation file with the first empty string open for editing.
Enter your translation in the text field and click Submit. This saves your
translation and opens the next empty string for translation.
- If you are not sure about your translation and would like someone else to take a
look at it, you can tick the “Fuzzy” tickbox. This will mean the next person
through the file will be shown your translation in the Quick Translate mode. If
you come across a fuzzy translation and approve/revise it, make sure to untick
the fuzzy box.
- “Skip” goes to the next string, “Back” to the previous. “Copy” copies the English
to the translation side. “Suggest” allows you to suggest translations for approval
by an administrator but doesn’t look that convenient.
- There is also a Translator Comments box where you can leave comments or see
any comments previously left there
- If you don’t want to simply go through Empty or Fuzzy strings, you can click the
“Translate All” link instead of the Quick Translate link and this will allow you to
page through all the translations
- To edit a translation simply click or hover on the translation and an edit link
appears at the far right of the string.
That’s all there is to it. It looks like a lot but it is quite simple once you get the hang of
it. All translations are saved as soon as you click the Submit button. No further action is