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Translate which files first for frontend?

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As the title says…..is there an advice which files to translate first to get the user frontend running? Often its better to leave the backend untouched to get the tutorials working and support troubleshooting.;)

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You can get a lot out of the way starting with global.ini - it has a lot of the most common words and is used in some way just about everywhere. It is also one of the largest.

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Hello Manne,
Which language are you starting on?

www.precorp.fr

Last one to leave the country, please turn off the lights.
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'm a german native speaker. Did translate for guppy, elxis, sitex :-) Its my way to give back to the open source community. But I saw it's a lot of work….really a lot of work, may be this lasts half a year minimum.

Not sure if I can handle this big system, now surfing for hours in the docs :-)

Currently I am only checking for the environment for such a big project. This should be planned very carefully.

So I did not say I will translate :-), but yes, I check the environment :-)
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