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|Thank you from Blockly!||4||17:47, 17 December 2013|
Thank you so much for picking up the stalled Hebrew translation of Blockly. May I list you by name and link on our credits page?
Let me know if you have any questions.
Sure, not a problem :)
Since I'm new here I was wondering if it is possible to review the translation in the actual application somehow? It will make it easier to tune up the translation once I'll see where exactly it is being used.
I see you finished it. Awesome!
I have to wait for Siebrand to export the data, but then I will put it up on a test server and send you a link so you can review it, okay?