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chrisg
Scratch Team
100+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

Scratch has been translated into more than 70 languages with the generous help of volunteer translators from all over the world.
However, parts of the Scratch interface and website in some languages are still missing translations, and some translations might have glitches. If you are fluent in a language, you can help in completing the translations and correcting any mistakes. Note, you need to be over 18 to join the translation system that Scratch uses.

The Scratch Translator Guide has instructions for getting started on our translation platform Transifex.

We also have a step by step guide for signing up on Transifex and Translation Guidelines.

If your language is not available on Transifex, or you have a question not answered by the Guide, please contact us at translate@scratch.mit.edu.

If you need help with a script that uses the translation extension, please use the Help with Scripts forum.

If you find a bug using the translation extension, please use the Bugs and Glitches forum

If you would like to discuss translating a particular project or studio, please start a new discussion.
Steve0Greatness
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

I'm not exactly the most comfortable about using stuff like slack

is the worst emoji. It's horrendous and ugly. I hate it. The point of emojis is to show emotions, but what emotion does this show? Do you just wake up in the morning and think “wow, I really feel like a massive stone today”? It's useless. I hate it. It just provokes a deep rooted anger within me whenever I see it. I want to drive on over to the emoji headquarters and kill it. If this was the emoji movie I'd push it off a cliff. People just comment as if it's funny. It's not. deserves to die. He deserves to have his smug little stone face smashed in with a hammer. Oh wow, it's a stone head, how hilarious, I'll use it in every comment I post. NO. STOP IT. It deserves to burn in hell. Why is it so * smug. You're a stone, you have no life goals, you will never accomplish anything in life apart from * me off. When you die noone will mourn. I hope you die.
chrisg
Scratch Team
100+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

@Steve0Greatness using Slack is optional. It's just an opportunity for translators to collaborate if they want to.
simulator-master
Scratcher
55 posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

chrisg wrote:

Scratch has been translated into more than 60 languages with the generous help of volunteer translators from all over the world.
However, parts of the Scratch interface and website in some languages are still missing translations, and some translations might have glitches. If you have experience with some language, you can help in completing the translations and correcting any mistakes.

The Scratch Translator Guide has instructions for getting started on our translation platform Transifex.

We also have a step by step guide for signing up on Transifex and Translation Guidelines.

If your language is not available on Transifex, or you have a question not answered by the Guide, please contact us at translate@scratch.mit.edu.

p.s. This forum is about translating the Scratch interface into other languages, NOT using the Scratch translation extension. Questions about the translation extension should be in the Help with Scripts forum.
Can you please tell/give me the list of the name of programming languages that were translated

(■_■ meet agent variable)

siggybot1.0::ring // an obsolete version of a siggy guard bot

siggybot2.0:: #0000ff ring // new and sleek siggybot2.0!
O :: #ff0000 ring // press button if there is a evil kumquat among us
; meet the lone semicolon
GunChleoc
Scratcher
500+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

simulator-master wrote:

Can you please tell/give me the list of the name of programming languages that were translated
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Stuth sa Ghàidhlig
repeat until <not <(language) = [English]>>
set (language) to [Gàidhlig]
end
the_cat_meows
Scratcher
100+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

chrisg wrote:

Scratch has been translated into more than 60 languages with the generous help of volunteer translators from all over the world.
However, parts of the Scratch interface and website in some languages are still missing translations, and some translations might have glitches. If you have experience with some language, you can help in completing the translations and correcting any mistakes.

The Scratch Translator Guide has instructions for getting started on our translation platform Transifex.

We also have a step by step guide for signing up on Transifex and Translation Guidelines.

If your language is not available on Transifex, or you have a question not answered by the Guide, please contact us at translate@scratch.mit.edu.

p.s. This forum is about translating the Scratch interface into other languages, NOT using the Scratch translation extension. Questions about the translation extension should be in the Help with Scripts forum.

My Latin teacher tried translating Scratch into Latin and I can do it.

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80053727
Scratcher
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Translating Scratch into Other Languages

In the Japanese Scratch, They say weird things like for example, The post button says “They do this”.




I seen it by using Bing Translator.







I only know a bit of English and I learned a bit of Spanish, Not all of Spanish, Only FROM A TRANSLATOR

Last edited by 80053727 (Jan. 12, 2021 01:13:47)

Luvexina
Scratcher
500+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

80053727 wrote:

In the Japanese Scratch, They say weird things like for example, The post button says “They do this”.




I seen it by using Bing Translator.







I only know a bit of English and I learned a bit of Spanish, Not all of Spanish, Only FROM A TRANSLATOR
Translators aren't accurate. While I don't speak Japanese, it probably just means “Post” or “Post Comment” or something like that.

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FashionMaven
Scratcher
11 posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

I can do Sinhala, the Sri Lankan language. i learnt it when I was little.

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StickBlox
Scratcher
3 posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

For scratch to translate in a different like of a translater they are going to update this website!
Indiana__Jones
Scratcher
500+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

chrisg wrote:

Scratch has been translated into more than 60 languages with the generous help of volunteer translators from all over the world.
However, parts of the Scratch interface and website in some languages are still missing translations, and some translations might have glitches. If you have experience with some language, you can help in completing the translations and correcting any mistakes.

The Scratch Translator Guide has instructions for getting started on our translation platform Transifex.

We also have a step by step guide for signing up on Transifex and Translation Guidelines.

If your language is not available on Transifex, or you have a question not answered by the Guide, please contact us at translate@scratch.mit.edu.

p.s. This forum is about translating the Scratch interface into other languages, NOT using the Scratch translation extension. Questions about the translation extension should be in the Help with Scripts forum.
I know several languages ​​and will be happy to help. Actually, each one is a bit. I know Polish and German the most.

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GunChleoc
Scratcher
500+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

Go on and sign up then - it's always good to have more people

Please make sure to only contribute to languages that you speak well though.

Stuth sa Ghàidhlig
repeat until <not <(language) = [English]>>
set (language) to [Gàidhlig]
end
Barthdry
Scratcher
500+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

Legoplus
Scratcher
16 posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

I can do turkish and persian

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anakikumaru
Scratcher
18 posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

i can do persian
Legoplus
Scratcher
16 posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

anakikumaru wrote:

i can do persian
Really!?

I love you all whoever you are whatever you are you are my friend



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han614698
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

Is something going on with Galego?


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leahcimto
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

I would like to point out to all users under 18 that are interested in translating, the Transifex Terms of Service state that you must be over the age of 18 to use their service. (source)
MoonROCK123
Scratcher
11 posts

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

I can do Maldivian translations (maybe I might want to advance just a little more hoohoohoo

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animeistoocoolmyguy
New to Scratch
1 post

Translating Scratch into Other Languages

I could try translating tagalog or if someone is already translating it I can help.

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