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chip!

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I am always looking for translators to help create language files.

Here is the list of current translations:    https://github.com/convivea/bit-che-3-scripts/tree/master/languages



Instructions for translating Bit Che into your language:

1. Go to Bit Che:  File | Languages and click the link that says "Open Folder".. you should be at a directory like "C:\Users\[name]\App Data\Convivea\Bit_Che\2\Languages\". 

2. Copy 'English.ini' to the new language you are translating to. For example:  'NewLanguage.ini'

3. Edit this 'NewLanguage.ini' and translate only the text to the right of the '=' signs. For example, if you see "mnuH=Hello" then only translate the word 'Hello'.

4. Load up Bit Che and check to make sure the translations appear correctly. You might need to shorten the text for some of the buttons to appear correctly.

5. Once you are pleased with your results, attach your language file here to a forum post:
To do this, make a reply post here in this thread. While you are editing your post, you will see a link at the bottom that says "(Additional Options)".. click that and a file upload box will be displayed which will allow you to attach your language.ini straight to your post here.


and then you are done!


Instructions for updating an existing Language file:
1. Go to Bit Che:  File | Languages and click the link that says "Open Folder".. you should be at a directory like "C:\Users\[name]\App Data\Convivea\Bit_Che\2\Languages\". 

2. Open the Language.ini that you wish to edit.

3. Remove any "!" from the items.. for example, if you see  "!chkAutoRemove=Auto remove.."  then remove the "!" and translate "Auto remove.."

note:  the "!" means there is not a translation yet for that item so the English version is being used.

4. Close and then Load up Bit Che and check to make sure the translations appear correctly. You might need to shorten the text for some of the buttons to appear correctly.

5. Once you are pleased with your results, attach your language file here to a forum post:
To do this, make a reply post here in this thread. While you are editing your post, you will see a link at the bottom that says "(Additional Options)".. click that and a file upload box will be displayed which will allow you to attach your language.ini straight to your post here.





If you have any questions or any problems, don't hesitate to ask!)

Ps, I have a large database of country flags so you don't need to worry about the country flag icon.

Thank you in advance!
-chip



turegum's Tips for translators:

- Download and install Azureus (or uTorrent) and then toggle between English an your own language (tools-options-interface-language). Azureus has most of the torrenting related words you need already translated.
- If you have your own language Firefox you can compare the translations with and English version.
- Some Open Source projects (like GNOME) might have a localization pages including a computer related word dictionary on the local language web site. Check / Google that.
- Other sources: Babelfish, Google Rosetta project, computer dictionaries, Local language pages in Wikipedia, torrenting related translated ebooks, the torrenting geek sitting next to you...

Work slowly. If you get stuck with an expression or word, leave it for a while and come back to it later. don't try to force the translation.
« Last Edit: September 13, 2014, 11:09:39 am by chip! »
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April 28, 2014, 07:06:39 pm
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While testing my Italian translation for BC 3.0.8 I've seen that the hits ballons are never translated


The translation ini is attached! ;D
« Last Edit: April 30, 2014, 05:13:49 pm by GiangiRE »

April 29, 2014, 12:47:10 am
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thanks everyone.. i have the new Bit Che 3.0 language pack updated (there are a couple more strings since your last 2.0.60 file :) )
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June 14, 2014, 10:49:40 pm
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Corrected Slovenian language file for the latest Bit Che 3.0.8 version.

Now is arranged better translation for the latest version of Bit Che.



Request:

The file add in the next update in Bit Che 3.0 language pack.




The attached Slovenian.ini file.

Correction:
This Slovenian.ini file is not correct and I removed it.
« Last Edit: December 24, 2014, 03:39:40 pm by Ivek23 »

July 02, 2014, 06:25:07 am
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thank you. i will have that included in the 3.0 pack which is now synced for all updates.   :)
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July 17, 2014, 09:33:28 pm
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Hi there....

i just want to know if its possible to get the plus version of bitche by promotin on my twitter account ....

i want to do that... but i dont know how....

thanks a lot.....

bye !!!

September 06, 2014, 06:37:50 pm
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Was corrected some mistakes in the translation of Slovenian language file.

Working properly on Bit Che 3.0.8 version. Works well on the new Bit Che 3.1.0 version.

Attached is a corrected Slovenian.ini file.

Correction:
This Slovenian.ini file is not correct and I removed it.
« Last Edit: December 24, 2014, 03:40:04 pm by Ivek23 »

October 05, 2014, 03:56:21 pm
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Now is attached yet corrected Slovenian2.ini and Slovenian2.txt file and also in the zip format.

Correction:
This Slovenian2.ini and Slovenian2.txt file and also in the zip format is not correct and I removed it.
« Last Edit: December 24, 2014, 03:40:33 pm by Ivek23 »

December 04, 2014, 09:13:09 pm
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Please find the Catalan language file attached.
I have not been able to locate the sentences "Default" and "Show hidden scripts" under "Scripts Pack" menu option, in the language file in order to translate them...
Best regards!
« Last Edit: December 05, 2014, 01:29:30 am by Enric »

December 22, 2014, 09:14:01 pm
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Does Bit Che support UTF-8 properly? I have a fully translated Vietnamese script for 3.0.10, but Bit Che was not able to render it properly. If anyone can try and confirm this it would be greatly appreciated!

December 23, 2014, 03:12:21 am
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I dont think it can read UTF-8 files, but can you try saving the .ini with Unicode (UTF-16), and see if that helps? Also, your Windows System Language would need to be set for Vietnamese (Character Set 1066).

I'm working on a new version of Bit Che that helps improve Unicode support.
« Last Edit: December 24, 2014, 06:23:07 am by chip! »
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December 25, 2014, 01:11:02 pm
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Alright, it does seem that Bit Che will need proper UTF-16 support because only 50% of the script was rendered properly, and anything pass the 8th bit could not be rendered. Also, it is not recommended to rely on Character Set 1066 (aka VNI) because it has font restriction and horrible compatibility, and UTF-8/16 makes things much easier in the long run.

Thank you for taking your time and effort in considering this case, chip. I will still leave this script on because it works properly and anyone can use it to test in the future. Looking forward to the new version with Unicode support!  ;D

January 19, 2015, 04:02:38 am
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I beg to in language package current Slovenian.ini file (there are many language errors - some examples will be shown below) is removed and replaced with this attached Slovenian.ini file.

Examples:

wrong
Code: [Select]
[language]
name=Slovenšèina
author=by MacQ and Ivek23
version=3.5.12

properly
Code: [Select]
[language]
name=Slovenščina
author=by MacQ and Ivek23
version=3.5.12

wrong
Code: [Select]
mnuClipboard=Kopiraj URL torrenta > Odložišèe
mnuClipboardName=Torrent Ime > Odložišèe
mnuClipboardSource=Vir URL  > Odložišèe
mnuClipboardThis=Kopiraj v odložišèe
mnuMagnetLink=Magnet Link > Odložišèe

properly
Code: [Select]
mnuClipboard=Kopiraj URL torrenta > Odložišče
mnuClipboardName=Torrent Ime > Odložišče
mnuClipboardSource=Vir URL  > Odložišče
mnuClipboardThis=Kopiraj v odložišče
mnuMagnetLink=Magnet Link > Odložišče

wrong
Code: [Select]
cmdSearch=Išèi
properly
Code: [Select]
cmdSearch=Išči
These are just some examples of them but there is more.