← Thread:User talk:Pfollas/The new KDevelop manual/reply (7)
Your instructions are
* Click on the red link to create the new page * Copy all of the contents of the KDevelop4 page and insert it into the new page * Change all occurrences of 'KDevelop4' and 'Kdevelop4' to 'KDevelop5'
(I have left the Kdevelop4 images files the same. I will do them later. right?)
* Save and wait - please don't edit the new page yet
(What do you mean here?? Just Save and publish or only Save?)
You have done exactly as I proposed :-). I shall now make your new page translatable and transfer the existing translations. Then you can edit the page further.
Edit: The deed is done - feel tree to edit!
OK,thanks, I will do the other pages so I can finish the move from documentation 4 to 5, and then start editing. Could you help me with this? How to add Greek Translation? I have not understand how to be a translator? and What the tags means for translation? And Imagine I have read the relative documents here and I found them fuzzy. :(
I can transfer all the pages if you wish.
As to translations: Now that you have translators rights there should be a few more links in the right hand side of under the heading of "Translators" (or something similar - if you have set your language to Ελληνικά the strings may have been translated). Now click the link "Start Translating". You may need to enter your language code in the box at the top of the page (el for greek). Now you will see a long list of translatable pages. Click on one, and you will be taken to the translation tool with this page loaded.
Now start translating :-) You don't have to translate a whole page in one go - you can always return and continue working on a page.
You will notice that the translation tool gives you small sections at a time. The way the translate system works every page is split into small translation units. This makes your life a lot easier once you have translated some pages and the contents of one of them is modified: The system will show you which units have been modified. You only have to revisit the modified units to keep your translations up to date.
Happy translating :-)
Before you proceed it is probably a good idea
You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason:
You can view and copy the source of this page.