Pano2VR translation

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Mon May 19, 2008 7:55 pm

For those who want to help translate Pano2VR I have prepared a translator package (Windows) (here you get Linguist for Mac OS X, most Linux distribution should include a Qt Linguist package ready to be installed). For the latest version of the language files please visit the current snapshot. You only need to download your language. To start translating you need to extract the zip archive into the Pano2VR application directory (e.g. c:\Programs\Pano2VR). After that you should have a subdirectory called "translations" in the your Pano2VR directory. This folder contains an application called "Linguist" which is the Qt translation tool and some languages with phrases pretranslated using the Pano2QTVR translations. Start Linguist to open the language file you like to edit, and translate the different text bits. Some strings contain a "%1" or "%L1" as place holder for file names or other things. You need include those placeholders at the proper place.
When you select "File - Release" from the Linguist menu the translation gets compiled. After that you should see your translation within Pano2VR (if you have selected your language in the "Settings" menu).
The complete Linguist manual can be found at http://doc.trolltech.com/4.3/linguist-translators.html.
After you are done please send me your pano2vr_<your language>.ts file so that I can include it into the next Pano2VR distribution.

If you prefer you can also edit the .ts files with a normal (Unicode!) text editor because they are plain XML files. This method works of course on all platforms but you can not preview the result within Pano2VR.

Thanks for your help!
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Mon May 19, 2008 9:27 pm

I know Linguist, work will go quicker...

work in process - Russian part
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Mon May 19, 2008 11:43 pm

Maybe in 'Flash Output' window mixed up - tooltips via items

Check it

1. Item - Change stage quality / show tooltip - Turns off bitmap filtering while moving to increase rendering speed.

2. Item - Change bitmap filtering / tooltip don't show

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Tue May 20, 2008 2:14 am

hum@no.id wrote:Maybe in 'Flash Output' window mixed up - tooltips via items
Check it
1. Item - Change stage quality / show tooltip - Turns off bitmap filtering while moving to increase rendering speed.
2. Item - Change bitmap filtering / tooltip don't show
:!:
Ups... thx for the hint. This is fixed in the next update.
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Wed May 21, 2008 11:37 am

Hi Thomas, has quite not understood...

Main window: File / Reset Default

Message box: Title - Reset Default Settings / Message - Do you really want to reset your default settings to the system's default settings?

As this understands? focus on message info?? :roll: :roll:

How to translate?

ps. Maybe this Message box mixed up to other item ?... for File / Save as Default
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Wed May 28, 2008 11:38 pm

Just for your information: The Spanish and French translations are on its way!
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Sun Jun 01, 2008 7:55 am

Hello.
I make the Japanese language file.
It was possible to make it easily by using the translation package. :D
The following define doesn't exist.
OK, Cancel, Close, Save, Discard
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Sun Jun 01, 2008 5:26 pm

From Yahoo Babel Fish and about.com

http://japanese.about.com/gi/dynamic/of ... vista.com/

Perhaps these ?

Ok also is Okay = わかりました reverse translate means "It was understood" maybe try "Confirm" 確認しなさい reverse means "Verify"

cancel = 取り消し reverse translate means "Cancellation"

close = 終わり reverse translate means "End"

save = を除けば "If you exclude" maybe try "Keep" たくわえ reverse means "Storing"

discard = 不用物 "Unnecessary ones" or maybe try "remove" 取除きなさい reverse means "remove"

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Sun Jun 01, 2008 6:08 pm

Hey... Mr.360Texas! You think he can not translate this? :) :) :)

Question about inaccessibility

@hagitan.... YES... it's global understandingly notion - /OK, Cancel, Close, Save, Discard/
This hidden layer and doesn't require translation...
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Sun Jun 01, 2008 8:39 pm

hagitan wrote:Hello.
I make the Japanese language file.
It was possible to make it easily by using the translation package. :D
The following define doesn't exist.
OK, Cancel, Close, Save, Discard
The problem was that the file was named qt_jp_ja.qm instead of qt_jp.qm so the default strings haven't been translated. I fixed this now. Thank you for your help!!!
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Mon Jun 02, 2008 8:56 am

I fixed this now.
I too could not translate, this was not available in russian part

about - /OK, Cancel, Close, Save, Discard/
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Mon Jun 02, 2008 3:38 pm

Thank you.

qt_jp.qm was put in the translations directory.
Afterwards, Japanese was displayed without translating.

Maybe, is Russian also the same?
The qt_ru.qm file is put in the directory.

Please excuse my poor English.
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Mon Jun 02, 2008 5:40 pm

hum@no.id wrote:
I fixed this now.
I too could not translate, this was not available in russian part

about - /OK, Cancel, Close, Save, Discard/
Those are already translated by the people of Trolltech and the translations can be found it the qt_<language>.qm file. For Russian the file was named correct so the pre made translations showed up, but at first not for the Japanese version. Now both should work correct.
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Tue Jun 03, 2008 8:50 pm

We are working :) on the Swedish Translation and we love to tell that Pano2VR 2.0 works like a charm on Linux Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04
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:idea: We are almost half finished
Se a small screen cast from another Great Linux app.the Swedish Jalbum by David Ekholm and visit his Website on http://jalbum.net /

Sorry Thomas we posted the Swedish translation in a new subject
The translation should have been posted here :oops:
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Thu Jun 12, 2008 12:45 pm

thomas wrote:For those who want to help translate Pano2VR I have prepared a translator package (Windows only).
Thanks for your help!
All right Thomas it is not to be Besserwisser :roll:
But take a close look at these captures ,we actually runs the linguist.exe from the translation packets trough the wine Windows emulations
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