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  • Hi Isomorphic,

    Originally posted by Isomorphic View Post
    Yes we can do something with that - feel free to send the file to support@isomorphic.com.
    I just mailed you the file.

    Best regards
    Blama

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    • This has been added to 6.1+ for builds dated March 28 and later.

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      • Hi Isomorphic,

        thanks a lot. It seems though that you made some error with encoding of the data.
        Please see e.g. here (link includes locale) (v11.1p_2018-04-07) and click validate.

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        This is how it should look like according to google:
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        The "A with tilde" is a letter you see often when encoding goes wrong. It's already broken in getlocalization.com
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        Best regards
        Blama

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        • This has been addressed - it involved a rebuild of the getlocalization.com project, for proper UTF-8 support (you may have seen emails about that process if you subscribe to changes).

          If you check the project now, you should see correct Danish values, and those will be reflected in builds dated April 12 and later.

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          • Hi Isomorphic,

            yes, I got the mail about 633 new strings and also saw that they look good now in getlocalization.com. I just wanted to wait for the next build with the response.

            Thanks a lot,
            Blama

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            • Hi Isomorphic,

              I can see it working here already today (v11.1p_2018-04-11).

              Thank you
              Blama

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              • Hi Isomorphic,

                I'd let a l10n service do the rest of the French file, which is at 84% and send the result to you afterwards via email again. Is that OK?

                Also a FYI: We needed a l10n service as well for our application strings and I applied at getlocalization. They are very friendly, but don't take any new customers. It is also possible that at some point you might need to change the i18n service provider. They suggested to use one of their competitors (see below) and for pricing reasons we decided for crowdin.com, which seem to be good. Not much experience to share so far, but they definitely have the best pre-sales process I've ever seen. By chance I saw that SimonF is using them as well for a longer time, so he might have more insight to share.

                They also have integrated 3rd party translation services, which makes it easy to use them. They also have API support, so that you could get the results as part of your nightly builds.

                IMHO a big advantage for you: You pay by project size, not project members, which is not the case for others and of course superb for you with your few strings but a community.

                Other providers to check: https://www.transifex.com (price per user and words), https://phraseapp.com (price per user), https://www.smartling.com/ (no pricing online).

                Best regards
                Blama

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                • Yes, you can send another batch of translations via email.

                  Thanks for letting us know about these other translation sites. In the immediate term, GetLocalization is still working for our (narrow) needs, but itís good to have a plan if that stops being the case.

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                  • Hi Isomorphic,

                    the the translation agency did the remaining French translations in getlocalization as well, so all that is needed is getting updated data from there.

                    Thank you & Best regards
                    Blama

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