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FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby nbrado » Wed Feb 13, 2008 9:34 pm

Forum language packs available now.

*Dutch
*French
*German
*Portuguese
*Spanish

*updated
* added polish
* added czech

Go to your user profile.
Board preferences

And change language to desired one.

Vá a seu perfil de usuário. Board a língua das preferências
Allez ├á votre profil d'utilisateur. Embarquez la langue de pr├®f├®rences
Gehen Sie zu Ihrem Benutzerprofil. Verschalen Sie Präferenzen Sprache
Vaya a su perfil de usuario. Suba a la lengua de las preferencias
Ga naar uw gebruikersprofiel. Scheep voorkeurtaal in
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby Luz » Wed Feb 13, 2008 9:40 pm

Wowwww, that' s brilliant.
Posso passar a falar em português?

Obrigada nbrado.

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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby Brad1963 » Wed Feb 13, 2008 9:43 pm

Luz wrote:Wowwww, that' s brilliant.
Posso passar a falar em português?

Obrigada nbrado.

beijinho


Oh shite does that mean when he types in English it comes out as Portuguese?

That's just not useful.
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby nbrado » Wed Feb 13, 2008 9:45 pm

no it does not mean that at all :D

it means they can have the layout of the forum in their own language to make things easier to navigate.

christ its not bablefish!
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby Brad1963 » Wed Feb 13, 2008 9:53 pm

nbrado wrote:no it does not mean that at all :D

it means they can have the layout of the forum in their own language to make things easier to navigate.

christ its not bablefish!


Right I need to update my Sig with an irony disclaimer!!!

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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby Luz » Wed Feb 13, 2008 9:55 pm

We are starting to look like a United Nations Forum. I like the idea.

Even though our main concern is now centered into one particular event, I hope that as soon as that is solved, or maybe in parallel we could discuss other important issues.

On my part, I've been very worried about what has being going on on several African countries: Darfur, Chade, the recent Mozambique floods, etc.

But emotionally, this last couple of days I was aroused again by the drama of East Timor (Timor Lorosae) - the petrol is still the worst menace to that poor, small, victimized country.

Canberra politics over that country have changed dramatically after it's independency: first they supported Indonesia, after the independency became inevitable they wanted to become the best allies.

But their troops allowed the President to be shot (it's not known by whom) and kept a 300 metres protection defense circle over the incident instead of intervening. It took the poor old portuguese to get there and give first aid to the Nobel Prize, otherwise he would be dead.

This is just one subject...

I would like we discussed also Palestina, Kosovo, etc...

Death Penalty versus rehabilitation as in Sweeden, etc etc

I preview a long life to this Forum, as long as we keep motivated by the same general/universal ethic values.

I wish this Forum a long life.
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby Luz » Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:00 pm

nbrado wrote:no it does not mean that at all :D

it means they can have the layout of the forum in their own language to make things easier to navigate.

christ its not bablefish!


:D It was nice to dream that would be possible. We have to ask Bil Gates to improve this thing.

In any case, when I start thinking in english it is better that it all keeps that way...Otherwise I make my messages absolutely impossible to understand.

Can we have an orthography corrector, please?
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby Luz » Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:01 pm

see????


is it ortography?!
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby lovemedo » Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:14 pm

Verschalen Sie Präferenzen Sprache


:P that's worse than bablefish

boarding, timbering?

I'd rather stick to english :lol:
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby nbrado » Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:25 pm

what THAT was bablefish! :D
would anyone be so kind as to give me a suitable translation for each language to say how to go to profile and change the lang.

[youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=WWjnFYdXhv8[/youtube]

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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby nurgis » Thu Feb 14, 2008 12:11 am

Is there no end to the talent of you guys :?: :wink:

Keep up the good work, we all apreciate it. Thanks :!:
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby Pele » Thu Feb 14, 2008 2:21 am

Luz wrote:
We have to ask Bil Gates to improve this thing.



Bill Gates will only make things worse!
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby marian » Thu Feb 14, 2008 3:17 am

Thanks for that nnnbrasnbdosdo

Please could you supply one in Italian as I am going to cookery school there in September?
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby Luz » Thu Feb 14, 2008 11:07 am

nbrado wrote:what THAT was bablefish! :D
would anyone be so kind as to give me a suitable translation for each language to say how to go to profile and change the lang.

[youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=WWjnFYdXhv8[/youtube]

thanks.



Delicioussssss. You've just made my day.

I also love "Allo Allo"

It's so funny the way the British people speak other languages (I guess it's the same with all nations, but your accent makes it particularly interesting). Dear Spanish, you are also funny, don't feel outcasted :-)

...and then, there's no humour like the British Humour.
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Re: FORUM LANGUAGE PACKS ONLINE

Postby marian » Thu Feb 14, 2008 11:11 am

"my hovercraft is full of eels" "bumpsy bumpsy"

Thanks nbrandosdfoafao that took years off me :lol:
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