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Traducción de XenForo a Español Neutro Ud [Paid] 1.5.9

Traducción de XenForo a Español Neutro Ud/Translation to spanish Ud (neutral) of XenForo

  1. lms

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    lms updated Traducción de XenForo a Español Neutro Ud with a new update entry:

    Actualización a / Updated to XenForo 1.3.3

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  9. SK3uD

    SK3uD Member

    Hi, what is the difference between Ud and Tu ? I don't know which one to choose.

    Thanx for your work ;)
     
  10. lms

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    Go to http://demo.xenfacil.com (user: test | pass: test) and select both languages.

    Tu || Ud
    Tu eres un tío || Usted es un tío
    Debes hacer || Debe hacer
    A ti te supone || A usted le supone

    Salud2
     
  11. JulianD

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    "Tu" or "Tutear" is a more friendly way of speaking. For example, ¿Has olvidado tu contraseña?. It sounds to spanish speaking people more friendly than ¿Ha olvidado su contraseña? (Ud version which is a more formal way of speaking). So if you run a gaming site you may want to go for the Tu version. On the other hand, if you plan to install this on a corporate website, the Ud version is more suited.
     
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  12. SK3uD

    SK3uD Member

    Thank you for your help !
     
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