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Feedback request002:09, 1 April 2015
Bienvenida y recomendaciones022:20, 11 February 2015

Feedback request


I am working to add new features to Search Translations (link) and would like your feedback on the same. I have an idea of a new feature, called "text search with autosuggest" through which you can specify your search filters in the search box itself (apart from the UI), and also have autosuggest to show the possible values for the filter options. An example is this.

Please write a comment here about what you think of this feature. Also here you may read about the other improvements that are planned.

Thank you and I shall be waiting for your feedback.

Phoenix303 (talk)02:09, 1 April 2015

Bienvenida y recomendaciones

Bienvenido a translatewiki.

He visto que en algunas traducciones usas 'usted' en lugar del 'tu'. Aquí la norma parece ser usar el 'tu'. Además para el 'usted' hay un "locale" específico: es-formal (ver aquí y aquí). Así que voy a revertir alguno de tus cambios.

Además, en castellano no traducimos 'Please' como hiciste y no es por un error o por ser menos amable. Simplemente no agrega nada.

Saludos y gracias por tus contribuciones

Macofe (talk)22:20, 11 February 2015