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Hi, and sorry for the late reply ;-( I've just switched my system-language to english (United Kindom) and took a new Hardcopy of the apper-window. I'm still not used in creating new content in this wiki, also my english has come in the years; so could you support me, what i should do? Feel free to correct my sentences. Should i upload the new hardcopy as an attachement of the english original article and move the german hardcopy to the appropriate translation? Thanks for reply.

14:35, 17 November 2012

If you want me to proof-read your English input, just ask. It's no problem. We have many non-native English speakers here. As long as your input is easily understood it doesn't matter if the grammar isn't perfect. I'll help any way I can, though.

As for the image, you need to upload the original German one again, but with the name Apper-Window/de. That then will be referenced from the German page.

Then upload your new one as Apper-Window. That name should be used on the English page.

When you are happy that all is in order, ask me and I'll remove the original apper-fenster image.

I hope that's clear :-) but if it isn't, ask again.

17:27, 17 November 2012

Thanks for your willingness to help me ;-)

I still have a question about naming the uploaded files: i can't name the image Apper-Window/de, right? should i call it Apper-Window_de.png (underscore) or should i use a hyphen? Is there an automatism that cross-references the original- and the translated picture-names ? => then i should be precise in name-giving

18:52, 17 November 2012

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No matter ;-) I've finished the translation -in my Opinion, so i shall leave a message for sordon. I hope, there aren't much mistakes.

19:40, 23 November 2012