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01 Nov, 2010 03:50 PM
I thought that was the intent of https://help.tenderapp.com/discussions/suggestions/104-i18n-interna... , from the OP:
I need to provide help in french and in german to my customers (some of which can't handle more than 5 words in english).
But it was resolved by forking Tender's strings. I'm glad that the interface of the Help Desk will be localized, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. I really need to have multiple localizations of my FAQs on Tender and with API support to boot. Is that something you all were planning to implement?
2 Posted by Courtenay on 01 Nov, 2010 08:31 PM
Yes. All FAQs will have their titles and content localized.
3 Posted by Mike Bombich on 01 Nov, 2010 09:08 PM
OK, cool. How do I get started? Where can I upload localized versions of my FAQs? I have a Dutch localization that's ready to roll...
4 Posted by Courtenay on 01 Nov, 2010 09:27 PM
As you can imagine the i18n code changes touch almost every part of the app, so we have to run it all through a QA process. Extracting the strings was just the first step.
We should have it ready for you this week.
5 Posted by Mike Bombich on 20 Dec, 2010 10:18 PM
I hope I'm being dense on this one, but I still don't see any
way to host localized versions of my help desk documentation on
Tender. Is this functionality exposed only through the API?
6 Posted by Will on 20 Dec, 2010 10:19 PM
i18n is still in development. Localized documentation isn't
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