Dutch translation

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Re: Dutch translation

PeCe
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Lately no changes needed to be made, but as soon as it is needed I will update the Dutch file, no problem.
Debit/Credit was not present anymore in the Dutch file.
"Begunstigde" is still there, I see this term also in other programs and find it for Dutch (for now) the best translation.
Although I have to admit, that "partij" also is a good translation.
Re: Dutch translation

PeCe
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Some minor updates and corrections have been made, so the newest files are attached.
Hopefully they also will be added to the new release.

As soon as translations specific for 0.9.9.2 can be made they will be added.
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Re: Dutch translation

Nikolay
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File updated and need to be translated more.
http://moneymanagerex.svn.sourceforge.n ... ision=3324
Re: Dutch translation

PeCe
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Nikolay, thanks for the link to the newer Dutch.po file. I have update all translations for the 0.9.9.2 (3324)version.
Attached you find the zip-file with the PO and MO file.
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Re: Dutch translation

PeCe
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Attached you find an updated file for the Dutch language.
I used the POT file from trunk/mmex/po, which I assume is from 0.9.9.2 sub.3560
When a new version of MMEX is released, or better said, when I see a new POT file or new Dutch PO file with a higher number I will update it again.

PS: Would be nice if the name of the translator would be changed, I think I have posted more updates than Theo.
Also Theo hasn't visited this board since 2010, but is still mentioned as translator.
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Re: Dutch translation

Nikolay
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mmex was well translated to Dutch

https://translations.launchpad.net/mmex

You can continue to translate only missing phrases.

Use .po file not .pot
.pot file it's seem template

FYI
http://www.codelathe.com/mmex/wiki/doku ... anslations
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Re: Dutch translation

PeCe
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MMEX well translated? How do you mean, up-to-date ?
If I look at the https://translations.launchpad.net/mmex site, I see 197 lines untranslated and 103 need to be reviewed.
As I see it this is because of ongoing development and that's why I updated my file and posted this a few days ago.

Default I use the PO files that I can download, but found out that these are not always up-to-date. With the POT-file I can update the last PO file with changes, works great.

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Re: Dutch translation

PeCe
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By the way, the http://www.codelathe.com/mmex/wiki/doku ... anslations page contains an invalid link. The http://moneymanagerex.svn.sourceforge.n ... 0/mmex/po/ page can not be found.
ALSO on the translations information there is a reference on how to use the POT file, so that is why I used it to check/update my PO file.

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Re: Dutch translation

Nikolay
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First of all this files updated for development version:
http://sourceforge.net/p/moneymanagerex/code

choose trunk - mmex - po

About a month before the release will be announced, it's time to complete the translation.
Changes to the code will be stopped on the subsequent period.

Anyway, good job! Thanks. I've updated the repository with your translation.
Some new strings added please check.

http://sourceforge.net/p/moneymanagerex ... k/mmex/po/
Re: Dutch translation

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