How to Use Transifex: Translate Using the Online Web Editor

How to Use Transifex: Translate Using the Online Web Editor
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Dimitris Glezos
January 6, 2010
2 min read

It’s not long since we launched Transifex as an open web service, allowing anyone to register their project easily. Despite the FAQ page and other support channels, users needed a bit more in-depth information about how to use Transifex in every-day life.

We believe Transifex makes the translator’s job a trivial task. As a valuable aid next to the FAQ, IRC (#transifex @ irc.freenode.net) and mailing lists we decided to make a series of Transifex video tutorials, which explain how our localization platform can be used!

So by popular demand our very own George P. designed and crafted the first video of the series presenting the ease of translation using Transifex and Lotte (the web editor), as a visual aid. For those having problems, please check the video out leave your comments, rate, fav it!

Many thanks go to Sofia Gaafar for giving her magnificent voice to the video.

Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

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