I am pretty new here and tried to do some translations into German, but well, none of them were saved. Is this feature still in testing? I used the translate extension some months ago on a wiki for testing and there must be running runJobs.php constantly so that the translation at Special:Translate would save it immediately.
I don't know who is responsibly for this, so i start now at your discussion page, because I saw you in the logs recently.
- Thanks for feedback. I broke something when I fixed a few things :). I have been fixed translate problem. Also, I gave you the translator right so moderation extension will not to hinder you. --Oguzkagan 12:05, 27 March 2021 (UTC)
I started to translate the Main Page, but I saw that internal links like [[Using Manjaro for Beginners|Using Manjaro]] not using the "Special:MyLanguage/" like this: [[Special:MyLanguage/Using Manjaro for Beginners|<translate>Using Manjaro</translate>]]. Is there a reason for this? Or is there another method which will be used? Or must the language code added manually? Thanks! ---Megavolt (talk) 21:37, 27 March 2021 (UTC)
Switch to translated page automatically when available
Hello, it would be nice if the translate extension would grab the language of ULS and switch automatically to the translated page if available:
$wgTranslatePageTranslationULS = true
Also nice: geolocate the country and switch to the interface language automatically... (at least for logged users)
$wgULSGeoService = true;
- Thanks, I set the settings. I am not sure it works. --Oguzkagan 12:05, 03 April 2021 (UTC)
- Thank you! So good, so far. If I change my language at ULS, it changes also the to the translated text. Now the internal links must contain Special:MyLanguage/. So that if the language has been changed, it will detect the selected language and forward to the page of the same language if available, otherwise it will choose the original page. Maybe UILangCode can be also used in some use cases? Since it grabs the lang code of the interface automatically? Could be useful for transcluding templates of different languages. --Megavolt (talk) 13:24, 3 April 2021 (UTC)
LXQt kwin "migration"
also very new to the wiki. Currently I cannot confirm my email (wiki server says "invalid e-mail address"). Guess that's why I don't get mail notifications as well so it's a "hit and miss" game.
Anyway can you please confirm on the LXQt & kwin wiki pages? My first try carried some "misleading" information, which I have corrected right away.
: I will check the mail issue. Thanks.
Owner approval (=you) required
I'd like to change the main page and:
- move the "What's new" and stuff like that to the bottom of the page as that's only interesing for contributers to the wiki, but not the users. (Yeah, I know: that's shooting ourselves in the foot, but it's more productive for de end-users)
- add a new section to the == Getting started == (I.E. "Manjaro for Windows users") to include the Forum N00B guide here: https://forum.manjaro.org/t/howto-become-a-manjaro-power-user-when-youre-a-wizard-at-windows-but-a-n00b-at-manjaro-linux/13646