Adding new phrases via the translation user interface
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Up until recently, the only way to add new translation content to your project on LingoHub was via a resource file upload (alternatively via API) or synchronization with a Github repository. We have complemented that recently with a new functionality in the UI (LingoHub's translation interface). This lets you manually add translations at any point while browsing translations in LingoHub, another step towards a low-file-centric approach to localization.
Here is a short explanation and demonstration how new translations are added in the translation user interface.
- Title will be used as a translation key when a translation is exported to a resource file. Keep in mind the system you're using for the rest of your resource files. Stay consistent.
- Description will be exported as comment on the resource file export
- The third text box is for the master locale content; in this example master locale is English, so English content is expected
- Resource file drop down menu allows a selection of a resource file to which the new translation will be added; if the resource file name consists of the language code (for example en.yml), <locale> will be displayed in its place in the menu
After the new translation is added, it can be reviewed or edited by clicking on a link in the flash success message, or by finding and opening the specific phrase in the translation editor.
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