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Would be great if you could make those pages translatable, too.
 

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Originally Posted by nthn View Post
Would be great if you could make those pages translatable, too.
I actually don't know how to do that. All I can suggest, at present, to fork https://github.com/rinigus/osmscout-server , make a new subfolder under docs, like

docs/fr

and insert translated index.md together with html files and screenshots under that directory (docs/fr). Styles and used JS can be all linked from there.

I guess we need the first brave translator to do that and all others would follow. Not as simple as for the main app, but should be doable.

Or is there a better way?
 

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After updating to OSM scout server to 0.14.1-1, search and navigating returns "no results" in Poor maps. i'm using default profile and Norwegian map. Is there a bug in the latest build?
 

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Originally Posted by PamNor View Post
After updating to OSM scout server to 0.14.1-1, search and navigating returns "no results" in Poor maps. i'm using default profile and Norwegian map. Is there a bug in the latest build?
@PamNor, looks like its a bug during import. I am looking into it now. I'll let you know via this thread when its fixed. Sorry for it.
 

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Originally Posted by rinigus View Post
User's manual coveeing setup of the server and clients (Poor Maps and modRana) is out and available at https://rinigus.github.io/osmscout-server/ .

Hopefully, I covered the most important aspects. Let me know if I missed something. Look by CSS/HTML experts is welcome to get the fonts shown a bit bigger on Jolla browser in tutorials.
That's a huge work you have done here ! You rock !

Originally Posted by rinigus View Post
I guess we need the first brave translator to do that and all others would follow. Not as simple as for the main app, but should be doable
I'll take a try tonight at translating the main markdown part, but I'm not sure to have the courage right now to start taking all the screenshots in French...
Have you done those screenshots on the SDK emulator, or did you take those on the device with lbt's screenshot app ?


Seeing how the app starts to be user friendly, if I can get that tutorial running in French, I could give the link to the French Jolla community (JollaFr.org) to try to enhance its visibility. What do you think of this ? Is it too soon ? Does the map server can handle some more users right now ?
 

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Rinigus,

I started translation of the english user manual to French.

So far, I have only translated the index.md (https://github.com/Sagittarii/osmsco...01b02a3f51d286).


I also tried to reorder the docs directory to make it easier to navigate when there will be several translations, along the original english files :
* move the english pages to docs/en (to locate easily what needs to be translated, and because even if it is the default one, it is still a language among all)
* move the css file to docs/assets/ (that is the name I usually find in web stuff, but I am opened to suggestion)
* added the html files for french (not yet translated), but keeping the same filenames as in english, to easily check if some files are missing/new when doing translations, and so that only the /en/, /fr/,... part has to change in the url to make it easy to point to other languages without having to translate the filenames.

This can be seen in the following commit: https://github.com/Sagittarii/osmsco...01b02a3f51d286
which gives the tree seen in : https://github.com/Sagittarii/osmsco...ee/master/docs

I updated the path to js and css stuff in the new /en/ directory, so that the html files there should run correctly after these moves.

I kept the fullPage.js dir at the docs root, but we could put it in assets/ too ?

Also, there is a missing index at the docs root to select the language now.


What do you think of this ? If you like it, I can put a pull request for you to integrate this changed structure before other translators start working on it.

Web is not my specialty, so if someone knows better than me, please help us !
 

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