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wiki page translations

French | Italian

Translating wiki pages is easy:

  1. Go to the english original page you want to translate and under the pages title click: Translate
  2. You are now in edit-mode of your new page
  3. Translate the page title to your language. Add the prefix of your language to the title of the page: it.Documentazione, fr.subpatches, cn.帮助文档, etc.
  4. Note that you cannot change the wiki hierachy since the translated page is supposed to be in the same place
  5. Choose your language from the pull down
  6. Note that the Translation parent points to the original english page! like this the pages are automatically linked together and you don't have to insert a link to the original page on top of your page and your page will automatically be listed as a translation on top of the original page.
  7. In the body field you can initially see the original english content (including the images) which should make it easy for you to start the translation process.

Thanks a lot for your efforts!

Here is a listing of all foreign language pages?.

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~1h ago

neuston: I've not received any activation email for Talque, after purchased tickets of NODE20 last week. Is it normal? just want to confirm.

~8h ago

boplbopl: @tonfilm nice!

~9h ago

tonfilm: The first #vl #stride screenshots are here! vl.stride-earlyaccess-screenshots #visualprogramming #dotnet @stride3d #creativecoding #vvvv #gamedev

~23h ago

udo2013: @systray27 thank you :)

~3d ago

systray27: @Udo2013> Wow that's beautiful!

~8d ago

mediadog: @tonfilm Thanks! Need to kill a specific vvvv instance, so that enables "taskkill /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq (title)"

~8d ago

tonfilm: @mediadog you can use the VVVV (VVVV) node for that

~9d ago

mediadog: Wasn't there a commandline switch to set the window title instead of the random characters? Can't find it

~11d ago

synth: @tonfilm Awesome, thanks!