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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Google Play Store - in need of translation

In data venerdì 8 febbraio 2013 10:14:23, Thorsten Behrens ha scritto:
> Hi there,
> with our 4.0.0 release and the new Impress Remote for Android, TDF now
> has an official Google Play Store - first item there being:
> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.libreoffice.impressremote
> The text there can be translated, and users visiting the page with a
> corresponding browser locale will then get text in their native
> language. I don't feel confident to suggest any particular avenue how
> to best translate it - either by mailing me the plain text, or
> sticking it to pootle, or having 1-2 people here get access to the
> Play Store and do it directly?

Well ok, sorry, I'll copy the text and send to you the translation.

In the meanwhile, enjoy all:



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[libreoffice-l10n] Google Play Store - in need of translationThorsten Behrens <thb@documentfoundation.org>
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