Lost in translation – 2010 edition

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Configuration Manager is localized and released in eighteen server languages and twenty-two client languages. As we implement new features in each update release, new user interface (UI) elements are created and new strings are added and translated into our localized languages.

 

Thank you for your previous feedback on our language quality in Configuration Manager current branch. To continue this review process in Configuration Manager current branch 2010 we have uploaded PDF files that contain the new UI changes for Configuration Manager current branch 2010 for each language. 

 

To review:

  1. Download the CM2010 Localized UI review cab file and extract the files.
  2. Select the PDF for the language you would like to review. See the language reference below.
  3. Read through the screenshots of the new UI and the highlighted changed areas on the existing UI.
  4. Send us feedback from Configuration Manager console.
  5. In the description include:
    • the PDF filename you are reviewing
    • the item ID for that UI surface
    • The string you are giving feedback on
    • Your comments or proposed replacement string
  6. Add a screenshot if needed to help clarify the issue.
 

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Language reference

Chinese (PRC) – chs

Chinese (Taiwan) - cht

Czech – csy

Danish – dan

Dutch (Netherlands) – nld

English (USA) - enu

Finnish – fin

French - fra

German – deu

Greek- ell

Hungarian - hun

Italian – ita

Japanese – jpn

Korean – kor

Norwegian (Bokmal) – nor

Polish – plk

Portuguese (Brazil) – ptb

Portuguese – ptg

Russian - rus

Spanish (Modern) – esn

Swedish – sve

Turkish - trk

 

We ask for structured reviews as new releases are available. But feedback about the language quality in the Configuration Manager user interfaces, is always appreciated at any time.

 

Thanks for your help!

The Configuration Manager Team

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