Polish translations

Discussion in 'Tips, Tutorials & Tools' started by alfadoc, Jan 22, 2006.

  1. alfadoc

    alfadoc Member

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    Can anyone tell me what "ODCIAC PO SKLEJENIU" means? I've tried some translation sites, but can't figure out how to input special characters (In ODCIAC, the A has curving mark under the right foot, and the last C has a ' above it.) Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
  2. shoki2000

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    Cut off after assembly
  3. alfadoc

    alfadoc Member

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    Thanks. Makes sense now. BTW, how did you manage that speedy translation? Speak the language, or some program?
  4. Gil

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  5. shoki2000

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    I was born and raised in Poland :grin:

    The list of terms Gil is reffering to should cover all terms used in cardmodels published in Poland.
  6. Willja67

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    I have the GPM Corsair kit and was wondering if someone has published a translation of the instructions? For those of you who don't know the kit I speak of is a preprinted kit and therefore I can't really stick it in the computer and have a program translate it.
  7. hpept

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    willja,
    have you tried with an OCR software? Sometimes scanner come with OCR software, or you can try to find a freeware. Once the page is in digital format you can give it to translation software. However i don't know how the OCR could interpretate those strange characters of the polish language, unless the software is expressely made to recognise this language.