|16:18, 31 August 2011||Fanys12||(Reply to Welcome to the Translator group)|
|12:33, 31 August 2011||Annewilson||(Reply to Welcome to the Translator group)|
|20:18, 30 August 2011||Fanys12||(Reply to Welcome to the Translator group)|
|18:50, 30 August 2011||Annewilson|
Welcome to the Translator group. The option to export messages for off-line working is found in the first combibox of the page you reach via the Translate this Page link. When you work off-line we ask you to send your first set of messages to me for uploading. Once it is confirmed that they upload without a problem you will be told how to upload them yourself.
Please ask if you are unsure about anything. Enjoy!
Hi, thank you for your invitation. So, I don't know, how i can see what is not translated. Can you help, how i can reach somethink like list of pages for translation? Or have I to broswe wiki and find it manualy? Thank you for your time.
This is Linux - there's always more than one way :-) On specific pages you will see a 'Translate this Page' link above the language bar. However, I think you are asking for an overview, so there are two easy ways to see that.
Use the'Translation Statistics' link in the sidebar - ensure that your language code is entered on that page and you should then see all available pages listed - that is, all pages already marked for translation.
Alternatively, load http://techbase.kde.org/Special:PageTranslation.
The advantage of the first method is that you can see which pages are 100% translated to your language, and which pages are partly translated or not at all.