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From: Gale Andrews <gale@au...> - 2010-08-21 03:49:45
| From Sara Cortes Perez <sara_cp89@...>
| Fri, 20 Aug 2010 20:09:22 +0000
| Subject: [Audacity-translation] metadata editor page...
> I had finished to translate this page to Spanish
> now i´m working with another...
Thanks, Sara. It looks excellent. I made a few changes.
<div class="transtitle">Editor de Metadatos</div>
which give a title in Spanish in green. Can you add that div with a relevant
title to new pages you work on?
I added an image of Metadata Editor with Audacity running in Spanish.
Can you translate "Metadata Editor with completed value fields" in that
[[Image:Metadata editor es.png|Metadata Editor with completed value fields]]
Whenever you see [[Image:]] the text after the pipe (|) always needs
translating - it is the text you see when you hover over the image.
I also made these changes so that your text matches with the wording on
the buttons in the software:
Changed "Remover" to "Eliminar"
Changed "Restaurar" to "Restablecer"
Changed "Directorio Predeterminado" to "Establecer valores
Obviously you and Antonio can agree on whether the button wording is
correct, but until then the Manual must use the wording that the interface
does. If you download the Nightly Build regularly:
you will always have the latest Spanish translation of the software.
When you have completed a translation, can you also add the Spanish
flag to the English version of that page? You can do that by adding this
table to the top of the page:
Obviously, change "link=" to the actual title for the Spanish page in
question. If there is already a table, just add lines 2 to 4 of the above.
I've already added the Spanish flag to the English version of Metadata