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Hello,
Do you speak English well? Is it your mother-tongue? Well, than you may be helpful!
You might probably know that MyBB is originally a Russian Forum Service. We've been working in Russia for more than 10 years and we've got quite experienced in this area. However, the International level is a new unfamiliar field for us. We had to overcome a lot of problems but still, we have even more of them ahead.
Unfortunately, it is not easy to deal with things when you do not speak any other languages but Russian. And that's why we need your help right here and right now. We're aware that there are tons of mistakes (spelling, grammar and others mistakes) in our translation. We ask you, whenever you want and whenever you have time, please, proofread your forums and maybe you'll be able to find something that must be corrected. Submit your corrections to this topic.
We appreciate your help!
P.S. We need someone to check our community forum too.  :flag:

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lets suppose you provide a translation file in the default language (en or russian) which can be downloaded ... then the users can correct the en translation or to translate into the language of their respective countries ... and send the translation back to you for immediate implementation in mybb forum

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Hello,I want to translate the forum to Chinese[中文] by myself!!

Last edited by KustaJuspin (2017-02-19 15:34:47)

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KustaJuspin
hello,
Chinese is planned. Looking forward to spring, then it might be implemented. For now, we don't provide a translation file, so you'd better wait for the time we launch the other languages to proofread it.

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I can translate to Latvian!

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ok i can help you. by the way your english is also good..

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study.mybb.online wrote:

ok i can help you. by the way your english is also good..

We're working now with a professional translator, so the quality of translations must be good.

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C3La-NS wrote:

We're working now with a professional translator, so the quality of translations must be good.


This is also very good, if available:  (Edit a Language by Forum Administrator) ... so that admins can customize the translation in accordance with the GOALs of his/her forum ...  or adjust the appropriate translation of what is desired by admin...

http://sk.uploads.im/N2kdJ.png
http://sk.uploads.im/2DsCv.png
http://sm.uploads.im/jXR71.png
http://sk.uploads.im/uTJkL.png

The Example System Working for forum administrator:
How to create a new language and translate your forum
- Make a copy of an existing language
- Translate the given sentences (language vars) into your language

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I like it. I'll send this to Admin. Let's see what he's going to say.


Added after 9 minutes 29 seconds:
There're many options in the screenshots you have posted. To begin with, I think it would be nice to add custom translation files, so that the users could create new languages and customize already existing.

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C3La-NS
...mybb forum already has 2 custom translation file
1) Russian language (en) Original ->Give the langguage var (Language Elements: profile, forum posts, etc) ->users can copy -> edit via admin page
2) English Language (ru) Original  ->Give the language var ((Language Elements: profile, forum posts, etc) ->users can copy) -> edit via admin page

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KustaJuspin wrote:

Hello,I want to translate the forum to Chinese[中文] by myself!!

Last edited by KustaJuspin (2017-02-19 19:34:47)


THIS is the CHINESE TRANSLATION  (Please correct the translation)

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There still a lot of UniverChange can be added in the script, but 1 UniverChange can blocking the others UniverChange translation, so it can not be put ALL in one script...

NOTES:
-it's based on JavaScript. its better if we use this: Help us translate forums!
-Do Not change the UniverChange Positions
-Some UniverChange may not work !
-90% can work in the Style: (Mybb Tulip Garden)

Last edited by kami (2017-05-21 17:19:40)

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:flag: Ok thanks for the upstair user

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KustaJuspin wrote:

:flag: Ok thanks for the upstair user

This new update
Will translate almost any important word in your forum Including registration, edit profile, 404 not found, searching, userlist, and more (Do not change the position of each unilever that has been arranged below, or some words will not change)

this
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Almost works in all default styles: See the demo forum in my language Link

NOTE:
If the word: Submit and Preview does not change
Replace 2 line below
Univer—hange(".punbb .formsubmit","Submit","你的語言");
Univer—hange(".punbb .formsubmit","Preview","你的語言");

with this:
Univer—hange(".button","Submit","你的語言");
Univer—hange(".button","Preview","你的語言");

This is not perfect yet, there are still some bugs below:
http://sj.uploads.im/t/8ubvI.png

Last edited by kami (2017-06-17 20:59:18)

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kami wrote:

This is not perfect yet, there are still some bugs below:

Try to add this code to the top of script:

$("#post script").remove();/*Removing the scripts from the Post Form*/

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Alex_63 wrote:

Try to add this code to the top of script:

More than a week I've been looking for a solution but did not find it ...
This is really amazing, like seeing a magic game
working well thank you very much

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Based on this:                                 
                                       

Source

<th class="tcl" scope="col">Forum</th>
        <th class="tc2" scope="col">Topics</th>
        <th class="tc3" scope="col">Posts</th>
        <th class="tcr" scope="col">Last post</th>

I use: Univer—hange(".tcl","Forum","YOU");
Example post title: This is the most easy and stable Free Forum
The Result in the page: /search.php?action=show_recent:  This is the most easy and stable Free YOU
The Post title containing the word: "Forum" will only be translated in: ../search.php?action=show_recent... but when the post is opened, the post title remains normal...

Is there any code that can be added so that UniverChange does not translate the post title and its content?

Last edited by kami (2017-06-23 04:10:09)

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kami
Try this:

Univer—hange("th.tcl","Forum","YOU");

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Alex_63
It works and does not seem to interfere with other UniverChange ... thanks
But I will need time to re-check all the UniverChange effects after the addition of the two letters (th)

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kami wrote:

But I will need time to re-check all the UniverChange effects after the addition of the two letters (th)

This is only for table-heads (as in your example in post #16), so it does not affect the other selectors.
th.tcl = <th class="tcl">Forum</th>

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