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    Very helpful, thanks

  2. #42
    Thanks for sharing! This is extremely helpful!

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    Acolyte maninweb's Avatar
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    Hi Lilia,

    thanks

    This thread is a little bit older and I have seen that an old domain is linked here (translator.excel-ticker.de),
    The translator moved to its own domain a while ago and had several improvements. The english version
    is here http://en.excel-translator.de/translator. The website and tool are also available in several more
    languages; (for some languages only partially). You can select the language on the menue on the left.

    Best,
    Mourad

  4. #44
    that is very cool!

  5. #45
    Sound Good. Thanks

  6. #46
    @maninweb
    Great work with translator! Added to my favorites sites.
    If you need any help in Polish language, let me know

  7. #47
    One thing I noticed is decimal separator.
    Is it possible to replace dots with commas for Polish language?

    For example:
    Code:
    IF(G2<=19.9%,G2+5.5%,"")
    is translated to:
    Code:
    JEŻELI(G2<=19.9%;G2+5.5%;"")
    Polish Excel do not recognize numbers. Should be 19,9 instead of 19.9

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    Acolyte maninweb's Avatar
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    Hi piaskun79,

    thanks :-)

    The formula translator is not yet able to recognize and replace decimal separators in numerical values in Excel formulas. However,
    I may implement this in the future - thanks for the suggestion. Implementing this feature will problably lead to some more options
    in the interface, because I can not assume, that the defaults of a country is used. Example: I can use Excel in German on an English
    Windows OS, so then the decimal separator is a dot and not a comma, if not overridden in Excel.

    And thanks for offering help in the polish language. Yes, I am interested in translations of the online tool user interface and other
    texts. Would be great, if you can support me. Please contact me at translator (at) maninweb (dot) de.

    Best,
    Mourad

  9. #49
    Good to hear, that you are open for new features
    Sure, that decimal separator should be as an option, just like separator for the function arguments is now.

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