How to name a topic when asking for translation help

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How to name a topic when asking for translation help

Postby My Czech Republic » 23-Jan-06 17:29

For the benefit of all message board participants, we ask that posters follow some simple guidelines.

* Please do not use generic topic titles like "translation help", "help please" or "how do I say". We suggest you use the following format for your topic title:
(FROM LANGUAGE->TO LANGUAGE) word or phrase to translate

Examples:
(CZ->EN) Zlatíčko
(EN->CZ) You are beautiful

* Once you receive some translation help, please do not delete the text of your original post. Your request can help others learn the language.

Thank you!

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Postby Iojana » 23-Jan-06 18:22

I made the change acording to your suggestion. The post however, has gotten many views and zero translation.
Any other suggestions that can help me get it translated?
Thanks
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Postby My Czech Republic » 23-Jan-06 18:46

Hi Iojana,

I see that you posted your translation request at 15:52, which is less than two hours ago. Please be a little patient, especially since your text is longer than just a few words. There is usually someone who will generously translate this type of text, but I wouldn't expect it to happen instantly.

Thank you,

Dana
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Postby Iojana » 23-Jan-06 18:51

Oh and I dont expect it instantly, I just wanted to know if there was anything else I could do. I thank everyone for their generosity.

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