Пасьянс Паук (SOLITAIRE SPIDER)

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Re: Пасьянс Паук (SOLITAIRE SPIDER)

Post by Henko » Sun May 11, 2014 7:09 am

Dutchman wrote: 'Google Translate' however makes a mess of it, so it can take a while.
Thanks anyhow for this game with its marvelous graphics :o
Ik gebruik een app "Babelshot" om russische teksten te bekijken. Ook kromme taal, maar meestal nog begrijpelijk. Mogelijk beter dan Google. Overigens een toepasselijke naam, want dit forum begint ook een beetje op de toren van Babel te lijken. Jammer, maar ja, Elena is the boss ;)

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Re: Пасьянс Паук (SOLITAIRE SPIDER)

Post by Mr. Kibernetik » Sun May 11, 2014 7:30 am

smart BASIC is currently supported in two languages: English and Russian. These are languages I can understand, support and moderate. All forum sections are separated by language, except BASIC programs section.

Please consider that different users also may post progams in their native language: Chinese, German or so on.
This means that either they should not be allowed to post their programs (not a variant), or there will appear programs sections for each specific language (may become quie a mess and also not practical), or it will be as it is now (toren van Babel). Every programmer makes his own efforts regarding which language he is able to use in his programs. Some may post multilingual programs, some know only one language.

Please let me know your ideas/suggestions regarding this situation.

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Re: Пасьянс Паук (SOLITAIRE SPIDER)

Post by Henko » Sun May 11, 2014 9:49 am

Mr. Kibernetik wrote: Please let me know your ideas/suggestions regarding this situation.
I was exaggerating a bit with "tower of babel" :oops: , but:
If i where you, i would indeed split the program section in two: a "Russian" section, beiing your "home" market, and an "international" section, where the language to be used is English. People who are interested can always look in the other section as well. Programmers have a choice to share their goodies in one or in both sections (each in the proper language version of course).
My two cents ;)

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