Dutch (Netherlands)

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Re: Dutch (Netherlands)

May 29th, 2012, 12:04 am
BudsieBuds
   [5 posts]

Yeah, change it to "Plug-ins".

To be consistent, also change:
(inclusief weergaven, thema's, invoegtoepassingen, registerinstellingen en menu Start items)

to this:
(inclusief weergaven, thema's, plug-ins, registerinstellingen en menu Start items)


You might want to change the Dutch status in the "Translation Status and Updates" topic.

Re: Dutch (Netherlands)

June 11th, 2012, 8:13 pm
suigeneris
   [1 posts]

Just installed Rainmeter and saw that you guys needed a translation so here you go, a Dutch translation for this post http://rainmeter.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=100&t=9839 .

Send information about computer (checkbox)
Dutch: Verzend informatie over de computer.

Your computer's Windows version, language, and hardware capabilities will be reported once during installation to improve Rainmeter. No personal information will be sent. (label)
Dutch: Uw computers window versie, taal en hardware capaciteiten worden eenmalig gerapporteerd tijdens de installatie om Rainmeter te verbeteren. Geen enkele persoonlijke informatie wordt verzonden.

Install 64-bit version (checkbox)
Dutch: Installeer de 64-bit versie

Welcome to Rainmeter (notification title)
Dutch: Welkom bij Rainmeter.

Click on the Rainmeter icon to manage skins and settings. (notification text)
Dutch: Klik op het Rainmeter icoon om "huiden"(can remain skins for consistency) en instellingen te beheren.

Click here to download Rainmeter 2.3. (notification text)
Dutch: Hier klikken om Rainmeter 2.3. te downloaden.

Thank you for a great program.

Re: Dutch (Netherlands)

June 17th, 2012, 10:22 pm
BudsieBuds
   [5 posts]

Already translated those, the post that says those translations are needed, is dated.

Re: Dutch (Netherlands)

May 18th, 2017, 12:24 pm
dvo
   [258 posts]

Code: Select all

#define STR_FAVORITES             "Favorieten"
#define STR_NOFAVORITES           "Geen favorieten gedefinieerd"
#define STR_XASPERCENTAGE         "X as percentage"
#define STR_YASPERCENTAGE         "Y as percentage"
#define STR_TRANSPARENCY          "Transparantie"
#define STR_CUSTOMSKINACTIONS     "Standaard skin akties"
#define STR_FAVORITE              "Favorieten"
#define STR_MEASURES              "Maten"
#define STR_SOURCE                "Bron"
#define STR_CREATERMSKIN          "Maak een .rmskin bestand..."
#define STR_SHOWNOTIFAREAICON     "Laat het notificatie gebieds-icoon zien"
#define STR_SETTINGSNOTWRITABLE   "Kan Rainmeter.ini niet weg schrijven . Instellingen worden niet opgeslagen."

ps why change skin to ''weergaven'' just keep skin and not many diffrent translations once it's ''weergaven'' or ''huiden''.
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Re: Dutch (Netherlands)

May 18th, 2017, 3:30 pm
Brian
Developer   [1420 posts]

Hi dvo!

Thank you for the new translations, however, since the release of Rainmeter 4.0, there are a few more translations needed before we can add the dutch language back.

https://forum.rainmeter.net/viewtopic.php?p=130437#p130437

Once Dutch is 100% complete, it will be included with Rainmeter, and we will update the languages for the 4.0 build as well.


Also,
dvo wrote:ps why change skin to ''weergaven'' just keep skin and not many diffrent translations once it's ''weergaven'' or ''huiden''.

I am not sure if this was directed to the previous translators, or the Rainmeter developers.
According to the link at the bottom of this post, it suggests the dutch word for skin is: weergave

Here is the direct link: https://www.microsoft.com/Language/en-US/Search.aspx?sString=skin&langID=nl-nl
Obviously the translations from Microsoft are not always correct, and we will use whatever you think is the best translation.

-Brian

Re: Dutch (Netherlands)

May 18th, 2017, 9:34 pm
dvo
   [258 posts]

skin the real translation is ''huid'' ment a skin of a animal mostly
shell (''schil'' in dutch) is then skin of clap
"weergave" is the same as showing and so on .....
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