Translator's tool : LT Site Map
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I think most translators would love some kind of site map at least. In fact, a double site map--i.e. one normal site map and then a specialised site map for translating matters, too--would be
It would be nice if the site map indicated what's available at the site and where to find what--this is normal site map use--and added what percentage or number ("x of y") of text snippets at every page is translated and provided a link to reach the translation edit page.
At present, it can be rather frustrating to see and know some text snippets are to be translated still, but one cannot find out how to reach their corresponding edit page.
Then again, trying to click some "Translate this!" link, just to find out it is returning an error, is no fun neither.
Furthermore, though the raw number of translated text snippets--i.e. the absolute part--is constantly rising, the percentage of translated text snippets--i.e. the relative part--might go down (and in
The problem is to find out exactly where those alterations and additions to the LT system took place--and how to gain access to the corresponding edit pages for translation.
Therefore, it might be a good idea, too, to have alterations, too, indicated at some place where translators could checq what is happening and what has happened. The latter could indicate, too, what text snippets are new, how to find them in their corresponding web pages (or parts of the latter) and how to reach the edit page for them to be translated.
I think to above is not asking for any frivoleous toys, but indicating a strong wanting for useful tools.
Lots of translators are wanting to help and are helping LT to have it translated ASAP and in the best way possible. Please give them access to the tools they
As Narnia's Santaclaus (*) said indeed : "No toys but tools".
(*) Santaclaus is an Americanised version of the original children's saint that is very well known in the Low Countries : Sinterklaas or Sint-Nicolaas (S. bishop Nicolas of Myra, + ca. 345), feasted at the 6th of December.
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