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Translating tuts

Posted by kyry (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 3, 06 at 15:31

Not too long ago we did a tut that needed to be translated to English. Wasn't there a web site that you could put the url of the tut in and it be somewhat translated? Does anyone have or remember seeing that site?
Carol


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RE: Translating tuts

I remember one but was it just for translating that tut or for any tut? I sure can't remember!
Judy


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RE: Translating tuts

Thank you I found it. It is still a guess as to what language it is in (for me anyway) I just guess Spanish, French, Dutch, German etc. But it is working.

Here is a link that might be useful: tut translater


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RE: Translating tuts

I guess I was pretty bored today. Here is what I did. There are lots of interesting tuts in different languages.

Here is a link that might be useful: Scrapbook love


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