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XenForo Turkish (no links, no ads)

XenForo Turkish (no links, no ads) 1.0.4

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Eagle

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#1
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XenForo Turkish (no links, no ads) - xenforo, turkish, tr, phrase, language, pack, no link, no ads

Türkçe
XenForo ilk sürümden sonra sürüme kadar düzenlenip güncellenmiş Türkçe dil paketidir. XML dosyasında herhangi bir reklam, link ve benzeri şeyler bulunmamaktadır. Çevirilerin %99'u özgün ve genele hitaben şekilde yapıldığı gibi, birçok yanlış bilinen kelimeler de dahil tek tek değiştirilmiştir. Tek yapmanız gereken admin kontrol panelinde dil bölümünden XML dosyasını yüklemektir. Unutmadan, kullanım koşulları varsayılan bırakılmıştır çünkü siz, sitenize göre özel olarak...
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erich37

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#2
is it fine to use this language-pack in XF-version 1.4.7 ?
I do not see in your description regarding which "XF-version" this is related to.

Many thanks!
 

Eagle

Well-known member
#5
I see but "example" word does mean "örnek" in Turkish. However, your suggestion are necessarily true. Because "Example" is could a global word like forums. As a matter of fact, we use "forum" word as "forums" in our language. I mean, you using "forums" word in English, we using "forum" word in Turkish. There is only one letter different between forum"s" - Forum-s. I think it's like an internet literature or a jargon. :) BTW I will probably replace it within the next version. :coffee:
 

erich37

Well-known member
#6
well, all other language-packs (e.g. the "german language pack", the "russian language pack", etc.) are using "example.com"

Just imagine if this website (ornek.com) changes to an ugly porn site in the future.
It would not look great or professional.


Would be great if you could update this.


Thanks again!

:)
 

Eagle

Well-known member
#7
Yes you're right and that's why I said "example" is could a global word people using. Well, no worry and thanks for reporting that. You can replace it with example.com now. Sure I'll replace it the next version. You're welcome. :)
 

Eagle

Well-known member
#8