And it worth the effort do not having a mahori synth?
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Às 23:39 de 25/03/2019, hurrikennyandopo ... escreveu:
I know there are translators on this list and i have been asked about having a Te Reo Māori option in NVDA.
I only speak English but i have been contacted by a person who speaks the above language and can translate it into there language.
I am wondering how much is involved? I am guessing the whole user manual would have to be translated along with maybe quick reference and whats new?
What program would they have to use? Is there a easy way to do it? How would i start and also we would be new to try and do this for NVDA.
The above language is recognized in our country along side of english and sign language.
We are not programmers so it would be a matter of starting from scratch doing this.
I just hope it does not scare us off translating it into there language.
I am wondering also if it was just the user manual etc or the synth? as well. They might be able to get funding to do this?
any help would be great.
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