German Translation

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djmad
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German Translation

Post by djmad » Tue Jan 19, 2016 12:46 pm

Hello

There is my Translation to German
(Its partly translated by machine, partly by hand)

Just create DE Folder in Languages and copy the .mo file into

the .pot file is included if you need to make some changes
you can open with freeware Poedit (google it)

Its about 90% correct, Inputs are tested and are working

greets djmad

File is free for changes, if mistages found please correct and repost
License CC-SA
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mgolec
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Re: German Translation

Post by mgolec » Fri Jun 12, 2020 8:28 am

Hello! i am also interested in German Translation.
Does the attachment exist? Can you send it to me please?

Greets Markus

hans
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Re: German Translation

Post by hans » Tue Dec 08, 2020 6:16 pm

Hi djmad,

is that the translation that is included in the official package? If yes, I would like to correct it. Beside some spelling errors there is also a functional wrong translation...

Best
Hans

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Les Newell
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Re: German Translation

Post by Les Newell » Wed Dec 09, 2020 2:07 pm

You can edit the translations. Install the development version of SheetCam then take a look here <https://www.sheetcam.com/language> for instructions on how to edit a translation. I would welcome any corrections to the translations.

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Re: German Translation

Post by hans » Thu Dec 10, 2020 6:29 pm

Thanks.
But am I right that there is no development version for Linux?

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Re: German Translation

Post by Les Newell » Thu Dec 10, 2020 6:56 pm

The Linux version is currently a development version that is a few releases behind the Windows development versions.
If you want the latest dev you can run the Windows version using Wine. Most distributions include Wine.

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Re: German Translation

Post by hans » Fri Dec 11, 2020 8:44 am

Hmm why is the development version required? The language files are still included in every TNG version I have installed.
But your tutorial with poedit don't work so. I had to convert the *.mo-files to *.po-files to be able to edit them with poedit.
For other users simply run

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msgunfmt de.mo > de.po
msgunfmt is part of Poedit.

No I am working on the translation...

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Les Newell
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Re: German Translation

Post by Les Newell » Fri Dec 11, 2020 12:09 pm

hans wrote:
Fri Dec 11, 2020 8:44 am
Hmm why is the development version required?
Dev is planned to become the new stable in January. It has quite a few extra strings that won't be in the current stable translation.
But your tutorial with poedit don't work so. I had to convert the *.mo-files to *.po-files to be able to edit them with poedit.
Hmm, looks like I need to check my installer. It should include the po files.

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Re: German Translation

Post by hans » Wed Dec 16, 2020 6:30 pm

Still working on the translation..

In which context is "Peripheral feed rate" appearing?
Just want to know this to be able to translate it correct.

The same for:
&Add breakpoint
Acceleration distance

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Re: German Translation

Post by Jolbas » Wed Dec 16, 2020 10:21 pm

"Peripheral feed rate" is a path rule. I haven't tested and I can't find it in documentation. But I think it applies to outer and inner radius so that the feed is constant on the parts edges instead of at the center of the tool.

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Re: German Translation

Post by djreiswig » Thu Dec 17, 2020 12:39 am

I think Add Breakpoint is in the post editor.

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Re: German Translation

Post by Les Newell » Thu Dec 17, 2020 4:53 pm

In which context is "Peripheral feed rate" appearing?
This is a rule for milling/routing. When cutting a stright line the feed the cutter sees and the machine speed are the same. However when machining small holes the outside of the cutter is moving faster relative to the work than the commanded speed. Applying this rule adjusts the feed rate to compensate.
&Add breakpoint
This is in the post processor editor. You can mark break points in the code. When the code is running and hits a break point it stops so you can look at the variables. This is very useful for debugging.
Acceleration distance
This is used in the laser plugin. It is the distance it takes the laser to accelerate up to cutting speed.

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Re: German Translation

Post by hans » Fri Dec 18, 2020 6:40 pm

Okay nice, thanks.
But a lot of work. There are so many errors in this translation I never would have expected.
It seems that this translation is not based on the translation of the earlier non-TNG version. Isn't it? That version was better I think.

While translating I discover sometimes new functions.
In menu "Operation -> Operation table" there are tabs for Contour, Pocket, Spiral pocket and so on. But every tab shows my spiral pocket. Should that be so? If yes, I haven't understood the function of this window...

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