User talk:Frenezulo

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Again, welcome! Razorflame 20:14, 29 May 2010 (UTC)

Translations[edit]

Hey, just 2 friendly bits of advice regarding translations:
  1. Spanish is listed as Spanish in Wiktionary, not Español.
  2. If you go to the page WT:PREFS you can enable a nifty little feature : "Add input boxes to pages to assist with adding translations". Maybe you will find some other things to your liking there too. But yeah, if you enable that function there will be input boxes at the bottom of every trans table that allow you to input a translation w/o typing directly into the editbox. As an added advantage, this method requires you to specify language via (ISO) code so you just need to type in the code and it will use the language name we use. Please also be aware of the option to reveal more input (check)boxes for it which are necessary for some languages, like gender for example.
So with that in mind, keep up the good work, every little bit helps I guess. User: PalkiaX50 talk to meh 13:04, 27 April 2013 (UTC)