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Calling all Translators

Post by Renier » Thu Nov 14, 2002 5:33 pm

Getting ready for a PopTray 2.1 release, I would like it if we can update all the translation languages to the newest version of PopTray.

If you can help with a translation that the original translator hasn't updated in a long while, please send me an update. New languages always welcome too.

Here is a list of the language files I have, when they were last updated, and whether they are up-to-date with the latest beta.

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Afrikaans       2002-11-10      Yes
Bulgarian       2002-05-13      No
Catalan         2002-11-20      Yes
Czech           2002-05-12      No
Danish          2002-11-13      Yes
Dutch           2002-11-14      Yes
Finnish         2002-11-18      Yes
French          2002-11-22      Yes
German          2002-11-18      Yes
Hebrew          2002-11-24      Yes
Hungarian       2002-08-29      No
Italian         2002-12-02      Yes
Korean          2002-11-21      Yes
Norwegian       2002-11-18      Yes
Polish          2002-09-16      No
Portuguese (B)  2002-11-18      Yes
Romanian        2002-11-25      Yes
Russian         2002-11-22      Yes
Slovak          2002-07-01      No
Slovene         2002-11-22      Yes
Spanish         2002-11-13      Yes
Swedish         2002-11-12      Yes
Taiwan          2002-11-21      Yes
Ukranian        2002-11-22      Yes
Thanks again to all the translators. That is already quite a list of languages.
Last edited by Renier on Fri Feb 14, 2003 10:53 am, edited 19 times in total.

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Post by Bateman » Thu Nov 14, 2002 5:50 pm

German version updated and sent to Renier.

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Post by quosego » Fri Nov 15, 2002 12:01 am

Dutch version updated and sent to Renier.

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french ?

Post by roset » Mon Nov 18, 2002 8:21 am

Hello,

No french code ?

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french ?

Post by Curtz » Mon Nov 18, 2002 8:45 am

roset wrote: Hello,
No french code ?
Nej, fordi alle franskmænd har været for dovne til at melde sig som oversættere. :)

Mon ikke de kunne have godt af at lære lidt engelsk !?! :lol:

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Post by Renier » Mon Nov 18, 2002 11:02 am

Sorry, seemed to have missed the French one.

Jani

Post by Jani » Mon Nov 18, 2002 4:20 pm

Finnish file sent.

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Korean Translation and Patches

Post by Junshik, Jeon(locus) » Thu Nov 21, 2002 2:57 am

I've been translate resource bundle into korean language.
And I've been some patch about PopTray 2.1 b9.

==== Patches ====
1. Preview replaced with embeded IE.
2. Eclipse (Java IDE) Launcher Added.
It's my convenience of programming.. :-)
3. Add Regular Expression Feature in Mail Rule.

I will send you my korean translation and patches..

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Korean Translation and Patches

Post by Curtz » Thu Nov 21, 2002 4:34 am

Junshik, Jeon(locus) wrote: ==== Patches ====
1. Preview replaced with embeded IE.
Thanks, but no thanks :)

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Korean Translation and Patches

Post by ilNebbioso » Thu Nov 21, 2002 1:48 pm

Junshik, Jeon(locus) wrote: I've been translate resource bundle into korean language.
And I've been some patch about PopTray 2.1 b9.

==== Patches ====
1. Preview replaced with embeded IE.
2. Eclipse (Java IDE) Launcher Added.
It's my convenience of programming.. :-)
3. Add Regular Expression Feature in Mail Rule.

I will send you my korean translation and patches..
Hey, a korean guy... Are you friend of Byron Moreno? :D :wink:

Seriously:
1) What about two version of PT? Light without embedded IE, and Full with HTML preview
2) I didn't undestand this feature!
3) idem

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Korean Translation and Patches

Post by Curtz » Thu Nov 21, 2002 5:27 pm

ilNebbioso wrote: Seriously:
1) What about two version of PT? Light without embedded IE, and Full with HTML preview
2) I didn't undestand this feature!
3) idem
PopTrays source is available to all; Junshik could easily develop his own version of PopTray with HTML preview. To develop two versions simultaneously sounds like a bad idea to me.

3)??? Ibid. ?

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Post by ilNebbioso » Thu Nov 21, 2002 5:58 pm

Curtz wrote:PopTrays source is available to all; Junshik could easily develop his own version of PopTray with HTML preview. To develop two versions simultaneously sounds like a bad idea to me.

3)??? Ibid. ?
Curtz, regarding Junshik I agree with you: I didn't think at all about Renier double work, but only that Junshik could do it if Renier decides to do not add the IE preview into "official" PT (I would like to know the exe file size difference too)

3) Idem=the same (of point 2)

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Post by nicolas » Fri Nov 22, 2002 2:16 pm

The french one is still alive! :)

I'll be updating the language file in a couple of minutes and then send it to Renier!
Toute utopie n'est pas impossible à réaliser...

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Post by nicolas » Fri Nov 22, 2002 2:52 pm

French version updated and sent to Renier.

TADAM! This is my 100th post! :lol:
Toute utopie n'est pas impossible à réaliser...

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Post by Renier » Wed Nov 27, 2002 11:22 am

Almost all the languages updated.

Only 5 more to go:
- Bulgarian
- Czech
- Hungarian
- Polish
- Slovak

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Re: Korean Translation and Patches

Post by locus » Fri Nov 29, 2002 5:34 pm

[quote="Curtz"][quote="ilNebbioso"]
Seriously:
1) What about two version of PT? Light without embedded IE, and Full with HTML preview
2) I didn't undestand this feature!
3) idem
[/quote]

PopTrays source is available to all; Junshik could easily develop his own version of PopTray with HTML preview. To develop two versions simultaneously sounds like a bad idea to [i]me[/i].

3)??? Ibid. ?[/quote]

I've been mailed my patched code to "Renier Crause". He will deside to apply these features to Official PopTray or not.

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Re: Korean Translation and Patches

Post by Curtz » Sat Nov 30, 2002 3:07 pm

locus wrote:I've been mailed my patched code to "Renier Crause". He will deside to apply these features to Official PopTray or not.
We have discussed this issue before - the majority of the users on this board were against a HTML preview using Microsofts components. We wanted to minimize the risk of activating viruses... and a basic preview is much faster. As far as I remember Renier was not too keen on using Microsofts components either.

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Post by Gerapa » Sun Dec 01, 2002 1:18 am

My point of view is that Poptray is a mail notifier, not a mail program. So, no need of all functionalities that a mail program has. Poptray is a quick tool to see what new mails you have, and if needed, to preview them. To read them with fancy fonts, animations, ... you have your mail program. Just my point of view.

Serge.

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Post by Bateman » Sun Dec 01, 2002 3:02 am

I agree as well. PopTray is a notifier, no client. And I don't see the point why we should open some doors for security risks by using a full featured preview.

My 2 cents: Keep it simple, pleazzz! :wink:

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Post by Renier » Mon Dec 02, 2002 9:11 am

This is exactly why I called it "Preview" and not "View" or "Read".

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