Source strings

149 Strings 100%
223 Words 100%

Other components

Component Translated Unfinished Unfinished words Unfinished characters Untranslated Checks Suggestions Comments
act1-chapter1 This language is used for source strings. 0 0 0 0 321 0 0
act1-chapter2 This language is used for source strings. 0 0 0 0 316 0 0
act2-chapter2 This language is used for source strings. 0 0 0 0 1,656 0 0
old_new_common This language is used for source strings. 0 0 0 0 2,619 0 0
act2-chapter1 This language is used for source strings. 0 0 0 0 1,668 0 0
non_dialogue This language is used for source strings. 0 0 0 0 442 0 0
common This language is used for source strings. 0 0 0 0 11 0 0
act1-chapter3 This language is used for source strings. 0 0 0 0 1,102 0 0

Overview

Project website translate.teamsadcrab.com
Instructions for translators

That project is improved version of previous weblate project.

General guidelines for how to format your translations correctly:

  • Symbols combinations like \n, \", \', \\, etc. should always stay the same in translation as they are in the source line. \ n or \n for example are not correct and will break the translation

  • The following combinations of symbols should also stay unchanged in the translation if they are present in source - [[, {{, %%

  • Sometimes you might encounter so-called text tags, a number of symbols between curly brackets, which might look like this - "{b}This text is bald. The tag is also most of the times closed with the corresponding tag symbols, like this.{/b}". In most of the cases you need to copy paste the starting and (sometimes) closing tag just like in the source line. To read more about text tags in Ren'py please visit the official explanation here - https://www.renpy.org/doc/html/text.html#styling-and-text-tags. You can even add custom tags to words in your translation, for example to emphasize a word or a phrase with italics (a combination of these tags will do the trick for this - {i}italic text{/i})

  • The text between square brackets is a reserved syntax, which is used to resolve dynamic variables. You should never change the contents between square brackets. Therefore, if the text looks like this 'markus "Hello, [waifu.firstname!ti]!"', the part [waifu.firstname!ti] should be exactly the same in your translation. Usually the name of the words between the brackets hints at what they represent (in the example case it's the firstname of the waifu, which changes depending on who is the current chosen waifu)

  • While not critical, it's suggested not to use special symbols for apostrophes, ellipsis, quotes, etc. in your translations. Ideally, these symbols should be exactly the same as in the source line. For example, the source has "..." for ellipsis and it's recommended to use three repeating dots instead of a single symbol, "…"

Project maintainers User avatar ricardo User avatar bot-innocent-witches-github User avatar benq6969 User avatar admin
Translation process
  • Translations can be made directly.
  • Translation suggestions can be made.
  • Any authenticated user can contribute.
  • The translation uses bilingual files.
Source code repository local:
Repository branch main
Weblate repository http://translate.teamsadcrab.com/git/innocent-witches/glossary/
File mask *.tbx
Translation file Not available
Last change None
Last author None

String statistics

Strings percent Hosted strings Words percent Hosted words Characters percent Hosted characters
Total 149 223 1,496
Translated 100% 149 100% 223 100% 1,496
Needs editing 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0
Read-only 2% 4 1% 4 2% 31
Failing checks 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0
Strings with suggestions 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0
Untranslated strings 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0

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