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Dutch translation?


Has anybody created a Dutch resource file for the library?

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Closed Jun 23 at 7:44 PM by dahall
Released update today with Dutch and corrected Danish translations. Thank you for your help.


dahall wrote Aug 1, 2016 at 11:56 PM

If someone is willing to correct the attached spreadsheet with better Danish translations, I will incorporate them into the next release.

SaschaP wrote Jun 13 at 9:09 PM

It is right, that the spreadsheet is Danish, but the issue topic/request is Dutch.
So there might be a small confusion.

I would like to see also a Dutch translation. (Danish might be an additional goodie.

dahall wrote Jun 13 at 10:18 PM

SaschaP: If you are willing to translate the attached spreadsheet into which languages you want added, I'm happy to include them. Please just attached your translations here.

wrote Jun 14 at 3:14 PM

SaschaP wrote Jun 14 at 3:14 PM

Hello David,
I'm not an native speaker for any of both languages, but I've asked 2 friendly colleagues.
It was a kind of challenge for the dutch colleague, due to that they doesn't seems to have rules for every variation.

wrote Jun 14 at 3:16 PM

SaschaP wrote Jun 14 at 3:16 PM

the dutch translation added (second try)

wrote Jun 14 at 3:18 PM

SaschaP wrote Jun 14 at 3:18 PM

now the danish

wrote Jun 14 at 3:19 PM

dahall wrote Jun 14 at 4:00 PM

For the Danish, the work "tick" represents a very small measurement of time. Looking it up, I believe the translations are tik (singular) and tikker (plural). Please confirm.

SaschaP wrote Jun 14 at 5:30 PM

To be honest, I wouldn't translate this, it is more understable , if it is like is.
It is like translating Active Directory into German 'aktives Verzeichnis', everyone related to IT would have question marks in his face.
And it is a string which isn't visible so much.
But anyhow, I can raise this question Tomorrow.

SaschaP wrote Jun 15 at 9:29 AM

I was overvoted by my Danish colleague, so you are close to right, it should be tik and tikker.

wrote Jun 23 at 7:44 PM

SaschaP wrote Jun 25 at 11:51 AM

Hello David, thx a lot.
I have further questions, but that I'll do under discussions.