kibo wrote:Trying to save a draft returns an error (and it worked yesterday).
Reinder wrote:Great website, it works very well.
I just let me translate to West Frisian and I don't know if that will stop a text from being finished. Fortunately we're more lucky with West Frisian than North Frisian, should I delete North Frisian from my profile there?
It also let me translate to French three times, the site sure likes French.
Well West Frisian wouldn't be the problem, there are quite some people who could translate from West Frisian to another language. It sure wouldn't mean the game would end. I was wondering how that would work out for North Frisian, I haven't met other people here who know this language. But North Frisian might be understood by some German speakers, like West Frisian might be understood by some Dutch speakers.Ludwig Whitby wrote:Some Dutch natives would be able to understand Frisian, right? It doesn't mean the game will end I guess.
loqu wrote:Hey, I'm loving this. I get the feeling I always get French into German. But it's nice, I get to work on the two languages I'm most interested in at the moment.
voron wrote:hashi that looks awesome! I just registered.
I added Slovenian to my "from" languages to unfreeze some of the idle games, and immediately got Slovenian - Serbian translation, yay that's going to be a fun thing to do.
BlackZ wrote:I'm very curious to see the result of "A woman's heart" because... Well, I received the text in a slightly hard to understand Portuguese. That, and the fact that I most likely ended up butchering it even more with my horrible French... I think we can expect a completely distorted text!
Seriously, I didn't expect my French to be so bad...
It went wrong at the beginning, translating from English to Portuguese. The word "heart" was translated to "cor" (which means colour) instead of "coração" (which means heart).voron wrote:I just finished "A woman's heart" which became "the color of a woman" How did heart change to color?
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