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Well, I'm no developer, but I really dig the idea.

Especially if it's ported to the N9 (seriously, my N900 has been in my closet the USB is broken, don't make me have to take it back out (don't worry, daddy still loves you))

But I guess what I can do to help, is I'm fluent in both English and Portuguese, so I'd be more than willing to translate, or help translate.

Just point me where to go and where I can start translating, and i'd be more than happy to help.
 

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I can help adapting it to Spanish if it is ported to the N9.
 

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So maybe a deal other way around - he will port it to N9, if *You* make translation for current version *first*?
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don't upload to the repositories today, wait until tomorrow so that you can compete for a N9/50 in the coding competition. I think it's for the benefit of you as well as all harmattan users
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#85
Originally Posted by Estel View Post
So maybe a deal other way around - he will port it to N9, if *You* make translation for current version *first*?
I'm going to need some help porting it to the N9 if I do, I have no experience with that platform.

don't upload to the reposotories today, wait until tonorrow so that you can compete for a N9/50 in the coding competition. I think it's for the benefit of you as well as all harmattan users
I will do so.
 

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Originally Posted by Estel View Post
So maybe a deal other way around - he will port it to N9, if *You* make translation for current version *first*?
No problem. How can I help?
 

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This is awesome! and an Harmattan port will give it a huge push
 
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Originally Posted by alephito View Post
No problem. How can I help?
Well, if you can look at the source and make a list of translations of all the strings, that would be a big help. Once I have that I'll add a settings page to allow you to change your language.
 

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Originally Posted by biketool View Post
Since voice control is most critical and useful in hands free applications we need help intergrating the answer button on both wired and Bluetooth headsets into Saera.
There seems to be existing plugins to do this for the Wired headset and media player but again the more sofisticated user on a motorcycle or bicycle will probably be using bluetooth to send commands to the N900 and to voice dial.
Anyone who has a deep knowledge of the wired and unwired headsets could greatly help the most promising new app for the N900.
I still haven't figured out the answer button, but I've added the ability to activate it by putting it to your ear (like Siri seems to be able to do).
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Originally Posted by taixzo View Post
Well, if you can look at the source and make a list of translations of all the strings, that would be a big help. Once I have that I'll add a settings page to allow you to change your language.

Alright, I'm willing to translate to Portuguese.

Where are those source files?
 

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