French translation

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  1. Telemak

    Telemak Well-Known Member
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    I start this topic to discuss about french translation.

     
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    Translated a lot about standard missions.

     
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    Updated previous translations errors like spelling and grammar, and caps.

     
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    Do you think we should translate characters names like "Crafty Mike" as "Mike le malin", Big Yellow etc ... or let them as they are in english ?

     
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    There are unnecessary caps everywhere. I usually remove them. Should I keep some of them like with "Techs" and "Cabs" ?

     
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    The translation for Cabs should be "cabines". Do you think we should keep it as "Cabs" because it is fun or for any other reason ?

     
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    There are a lot of acronyms like with the famous SCU. As I don't know their meanings, I keep them as it. Don't you think we should get their meaning, translate them and make new translated acronyms ?

     
  8. Telemak

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    Tools for translation :

    google traduction, which is usually very bad for complex sentences
    Reverso, which is pretty good, and it offers a lot of examples with various contexts http://context.reverso.net/traduction/
    leconjugueur for conjugation check https://leconjugueur.lefigaro.fr/conjugaison/verbe/%EAtre.html
    Linguee which provide examples for everything http://www.linguee.fr/francais-anglais
    Wordreference http://www.wordreference.com
    The Larousse dictionary http://www.larousse.fr/dictionnaires/francais
    Wikipedia to check the meanings, and is usefull when it comes with industry, technologies https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipédia:Accueil_principal

     
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    Please remember the word silo has no ending "t" letter.
    Also, "il peut" ends with a "t" not "x".

    Thanks

     
  10. Mr-Vagabond

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    Si c'est à propos de la traduction française, je pense que tu peux te permettre de parler en français sur ce topic ;)

    Bref, concernant les majuscules, pour Tech et Cabs c'est simplement parce je trouve ça "plus sympa" de cette façon

    Concernant les noms, je ne les traduit pas quand dans "notes" il est précisé "made up name" sinon je traduis, et en générale j'essaie de me dire que je dois traduire pour quelqu'une ne comprenant absolument rien à l'anglais, mais c'est vrais que pour les noms comme ça on pourrais tout aussi bien les garder

     
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    I have found pile at first but then batterie is more employed. Do you prefer "pile" or "batterie" for the battery ?

     
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    Ca marche je vais m'aligner à mon prochain passage. Ducoup pareil pour tous les mots avec majuscule ?

     
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    je préfère batterie perso, car elles doivent être charger et sont rechargeables.

    Pareil pour tous ? Je sais pas, c'était a l’instinct ceux là, essaie juste de voir si il a déjà été traduit, sinon met un récap avec un commentaire tout en haut

     
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    Il y a un endroit pour proposer ses traductions ? Il n'y a probablement pas besoin d'une personne de plus pour le français, mais on sait jamais :)

     
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    Ça va ya juste les russes et les Hollandais à dépasser :D

     
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    Oui viens y'a du boulot pour tout le monde :)

     
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    Salut puisqu'on traduit mission failed par mission ratée, ne devrait on pas traduire mission complete par mission réussie (ou même plutôt mission échouée et mission accomplie)? On trouve parfois MISSION COMPLETE et d'autres fois MISSION ACHEVEE
    Juste une proposition.

     
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    Salut, après réflexion je pense qu'il va falloir mettre des majuscules aux traductions des mots qui étaient en majuscule dans la phrase d'origine, ni plus ni mois. Pour l'instant on trouve de tout sans cohérence, y compris dans mes traductions :/

     
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    Aucun, mais il faut faire gaffe, parfois y'a une majuscule a chaque mots ( mais déjà une majuscule pour chaque nom propre, ouai j'suis pour )

     

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