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Polyglot (adj.), w: someone who aptly and with a high level of fluency uses many languages.
The WordPress for iOS 3.1 update has finished development and we are ready to have the new strings translated. Won’t you help out? You can translate the iOS app here:
Let me know if you have any questions!
Eric, MartinIQ, mrroundhill, and 2 others are discussing. Toggle Comments
Italian translation don ad updated.. as usual glotpress mark some untraslated strings but nothing show up wehn u check the italian translation
Japanese is done!
Hmm, the first link didn’t work for me.
I created a ticket for your second question, we’ll get it changed in the next release: http://ios.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/1320
Italian translation done even if index page report that there are 5 untralsated strings left no untraslated strings show up accessing the admin… i suppose it’s one of the usual bugs of glotpress…
Let me know if missing some strings and maybe solve the counter problem. Thanks
What’s the difference between Post to: and Posting to:. In what context are these two strings used in the app?
Same for Would Like Access to Address Book. With a better understanding it might be easier to find a good translation.
Is there any sense in completing the translation at this point. It seems the app has already been released.
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