PeeWee | 26 Feb 11:31 2015

Re: Calc Guide Version 4.4

Hello

Version 4.4 of Chapter 1 Introducing Calc is now ready for review and
comment in the Drafts LO4.4 folder on the ODF Authors website.

http://www.odfauthors.org/libreoffice/english/calc-guide/draft-lo4.4/cg-chap-01-introducing-calc/view

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PeterS

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Jean Weber | 24 Feb 17:32 2015
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Re: Getting Started Guide Version 4.4 - styles

On Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 8:31 AM, Jean Weber <jeanweber <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> NO updates have been made to the files for v4.4 so far, with some
> small exceptions (and the Draw chapter that PeterS did). They have
> been put into a new template; that's all.

I meant, of course, the *Math* chapter, not the Draw chapter.

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Jean Weber | 24 Feb 17:31 2015
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Re: Getting Started Guide Version 4.4 - styles

On Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 12:40 AM, Milos Sramek <msramek22 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I have only now noticed the drafts for the Getting Started 4.4 book
> (http://www.odfauthors.org/libreoffice/english/getting-started/draft-lo-4.4).
>
>
> I've immediately started to work on its translation to Slovak using the
> existing translation of the GS4.2 in OmegaT in order to see if using
> OmegaT really brings in the expected benefits. About 80% of segments are
> translated automatically, the rest needs just a few modification. So -
> works es expected, one chapter can be updated in less than one hour.
>
> I've noticed that in comparison to the 4.2 version formating of certain
> sentences has changed. For example in GS4401-IntroducingLibreOffice.odt
> (* means bold and $ means italics):
>
> Go to *File > Properties > General* on the menu bar and click the
> *Change Password* button in the Properties dialog. This opens the Set
> Password dialog where you can enter a new password.
>
> In 4.2 it was like this:
>
> Go to *File > Properties > General* on the menu bar and click the
> *Change Password* button in the $Properties$ dialog. This opens the $Set
> Password$ dialog where you can enter a new password.
>
> Jean, was this changed on purpose or just by chance during style update?
> If by chance, I can revert it - I see that in OmegaT and in both cases
> have to do something - either change the original text or delete tags
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Milos Sramek | 24 Feb 10:00 2015
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Re: Getting Started Guide Version 4.4 - styles

On 2015-02-24 09:40, Milos Sramek wrote:
> Hello,
On 2015-02-24 09:40, Milos Sramek wrote:> Hello,

> I will update Chapter 8 (Base). We have modified it significantly during
> translation, now I will apply the changes to the English version and
> send it to you for review.
Oh, I've noticed only now that the Base chapter was completely rewritten
:). So, no update necessary on my side :)
milos
> 
> best
> Milos

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Milos Sramek | 24 Feb 09:40 2015
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Getting Started Guide Version 4.4 - styles

Hello,

I have only now noticed the drafts for the Getting Started 4.4 book
(http://www.odfauthors.org/libreoffice/english/getting-started/draft-lo-4.4).

I've immediately started to work on its translation to Slovak using the
existing translation of the GS4.2 in OmegaT in order to see if using
OmegaT really brings in the expected benefits. About 80% of segments are
translated automatically, the rest needs just a few modification. So -
works es expected, one chapter can be updated in less than one hour.

I've noticed that in comparison to the 4.2 version formating of certain
sentences has changed. For example in GS4401-IntroducingLibreOffice.odt
(* means bold and $ means italics):

Go to *File > Properties > General* on the menu bar and click the
*Change Password* button in the Properties dialog. This opens the Set
Password dialog where you can enter a new password.

In 4.2 it was like this:

Go to *File > Properties > General* on the menu bar and click the
*Change Password* button in the $Properties$ dialog. This opens the $Set
Password$ dialog where you can enter a new password.

Jean, was this changed on purpose or just by chance during style update?
If by chance, I can revert it - I see that in OmegaT and in both cases
have to do something - either change the original text or delete tags
from the translation.

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PeeWee | 24 Feb 09:06 2015

Calc Guide Version 4.4

Hello

Version 4.4 of the Preface for the Calc Guide (Chap 00) is now available for
review and comment in the Drafts LO4.4 folder on the ODF Authors website.

http://www.odfauthors.org/libreoffice/english/calc-guide/draft-lo4.4/cg-chap-00-preface/view

Regards

PeterS

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New Century Coatings | 22 Feb 23:45 2015
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Reverse image printing

With Draw 3.4 can we reverse an image (text) to print for an iron on 
document?

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PeeWee | 22 Feb 11:03 2015

Getting Started Guide Version 4.4

Hello

Version 4.4 of Chapter 9 Getting Started with Math is now available for
review and comment in the GS Draft LO4.4 folder on the ODF Authors website.

http://www.odfauthors.org/libreoffice/english/getting-started/draft-lo-4.4/gs-lo-4-4-chapter-09-getting-started-with-math/view

This chapter has been created using the new chapter template and the Math
Guide LO 4.4.

Regards

PeterS

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PeeWee | 17 Feb 12:09 2015

Math Guide LO Version 4.4

Hello

Version 4.4 of the LO Math Guide is now available in the Draft LO4.4 folder
on the ODF Authors website ready for review and comment.

http://www.odfauthors.org/libreoffice/english/math-guide/draft-lo4.4-1/math-guide-version-4.4/view

Please note the following.

1. This guide has been completely rewritten to turn it into a user guide.

2. Chapters and appendix added to create some flexibility in the guide.

3. I have used the new LO 4.4 chapter template that Jean issued a few weeks
ago so that you can see what it looks like. This template does need
refining.

Regards

PeterS

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K-J LibreOffice | 17 Feb 11:21 2015

Re: Process to translate the guides via OmegaT

Hi Sophie,

Am 17.02.2015 um 11:04 schrieb Sophie:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm following-up on this thread
> http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/Base-documentation-volunteers-tt4121505.html#a4121722
> on the topic of translating the guides using OmegaT.
> We have work off list with Milos to set the process under the
> LibreOffice umbrella and we have now a dedicated space on GitHub.
>
> To save you the technical part if you are not interested in, the process
> Milos has set up with his team, allows you to translate the guides
> through OmegaT, using a previous translation and/or to maintain it over
> the revised versions of the guides. It allows also several people to
> work together on the same translation at the same time.
>
> Let me know if you have any questions and if you are interesting in the
> translation of the guides using this process so we can help to set it up
> for you.

Wher can I find it? Any link?

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Sophie | 17 Feb 11:04 2015
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Process to translate the guides via OmegaT

Hi all,

I'm following-up on this thread
http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/Base-documentation-volunteers-tt4121505.html#a4121722
on the topic of translating the guides using OmegaT.
We have work off list with Milos to set the process under the
LibreOffice umbrella and we have now a dedicated space on GitHub.

To save you the technical part if you are not interested in, the process
Milos has set up with his team, allows you to translate the guides
through OmegaT, using a previous translation and/or to maintain it over
the revised versions of the guides. It allows also several people to
work together on the same translation at the same time.

Let me know if you have any questions and if you are interesting in the
translation of the guides using this process so we can help to set it up
for you.

Cheers
Sophie

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