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Postby avij » Thu Jan 01, 2004 9:18 pm

mrskumm wrote:That would be awesome :)

I thought so too, that's why your site has now been added to the Links page.

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Postby Fons » Thu Jan 01, 2004 10:38 pm

mrskumm wrote:
Fons wrote:When can I enter my Swedish notes? (in the Netherlands)



Sorry that it takes so long.... I don't have alot of time to spend on the site during XMas / New Years....

I have begun thinking of how to easily have the site translateable... And will also add countries soon!

//Lorens



That doesn't matter.
Just leave a message here when it's done :)

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Postby mrskumm » Mon Jan 05, 2004 2:07 am

avij wrote:
mrskumm wrote:That would be awesome :)

I thought so too, that's why your site has now been added to the Links page.


Thanks, that's just great!! :lol:

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Postby mrskumm » Sat Jan 24, 2004 2:22 am

Translations PARTLY done....

You can choose between Swedish and English, but the complete site isn't translated right now!


You can also choose countries, I have only about 7 on the list... If you would like to register from another country, please tell me about the country....

E-Mail at lorens@sek-tracker.se

Thanks

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Postby !Pretfles! » Sat Jan 24, 2004 2:31 am

Hi,
I just went to see it
as I don't speak swdisch i didn't find easily where I could chance the language.
Am I write that it is only possible to choose when you register?
If so how can a non swedisch speaking person find how to register himself, because he can only choose after registering.
Also about your forum, wouldn't it be nice to also include an English part for foreign users?
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Postby mrskumm » Sat Jan 24, 2004 4:31 am

!Pretfles! wrote:Hi,
I just went to see it
as I don't speak swdisch i didn't find easily where I could chance the language.
Am I write that it is only possible to choose when you register?
If so how can a non swedisch speaking person find how to register himself, because he can only choose after registering.
Also about your forum, wouldn't it be nice to also include an English part for foreign users?
Regards
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Do you see those small flags in the upper right? Below the banners? Click on the UK flag to get english language!

Thanks about the idea of an English part of the forum, will add it right now!

Edit: I have now added an English part to the forum, and added some categories in it!

Best Regards,
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Postby !Pretfles! » Sat Jan 24, 2004 12:45 pm

Ah, I saw them now.
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Postby mrskumm » Sun Jan 25, 2004 5:27 am

Thank you :)

I will translate the whole site sooon, don't know when tho!

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Postby mrskumm » Mon Jan 26, 2004 3:50 am

Update:

Pages under the "Home" menu should be fully translated (English/Swedish)
Pages under the "Member Pages" menu is almost fully translated! (Edit 29th of Jan)
Pages under the "Help" menu is 1% translated!

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Postby Guest » Wed Jun 16, 2004 12:57 pm

I wanted to register as a user as well but first I could not use Belgium as my country of residence. So, I used my sister's address in Sweden because we often exchange SEKs and euros between ourselves. Now I've got some Brussels-based "kronor" in my hands but when trying to register them, the site automatically assumes that I've received them in Sweden. Sorry, this makes no sense to me at all.

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Postby mrskumm » Sat Sep 11, 2004 6:01 pm

Anonymous wrote:I wanted to register as a user as well but first I could not use Belgium as my country of residence. So, I used my sister's address in Sweden because we often exchange SEKs and euros between ourselves. Now I've got some Brussels-based "kronor" in my hands but when trying to register them, the site automatically assumes that I've received them in Sweden. Sorry, this makes no sense to me at all.


The default is where you have put in your memberprofile that you are from, if you want to change you can either change in your memberprofile or when you enter notes you can choose country/county/city and postal number...

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Postby Fundamental » Sat Sep 11, 2004 7:26 pm

mrskumm wrote:
Anonymous wrote:I wanted to register as a user as well but first I could not use Belgium as my country of residence. So, I used my sister's address in Sweden because we often exchange SEKs and euros between ourselves. Now I've got some Brussels-based "kronor" in my hands but when trying to register them, the site automatically assumes that I've received them in Sweden. Sorry, this makes no sense to me at all.


The default is where you have put in your memberprofile that you are from, if you want to change you can either change in your memberprofile or when you enter notes you can choose country/county/city and postal number...


What can I choose if there ain't any county or city (Finland) in the list? It's just impossible for me to enter my 5 SEK notes to the system..

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Postby Fundamental » Sat Sep 11, 2004 8:14 pm

It was nice to be the first person to enter SEK notes from Finland :)

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Postby mrskumm » Sat Sep 11, 2004 10:02 pm

Fundamental wrote:
mrskumm wrote:
Anonymous wrote:I wanted to register as a user as well but first I could not use Belgium as my country of residence. So, I used my sister's address in Sweden because we often exchange SEKs and euros between ourselves. Now I've got some Brussels-based "kronor" in my hands but when trying to register them, the site automatically assumes that I've received them in Sweden. Sorry, this makes no sense to me at all.


The default is where you have put in your memberprofile that you are from, if you want to change you can either change in your memberprofile or when you enter notes you can choose country/county/city and postal number...


What can I choose if there ain't any county or city (Finland) in the list? It's just impossible for me to enter my 5 SEK notes to the system..


Well, provinces and some cities for Finland are now entered...

Best way to ask me to add more countries/counties/cities is on the SEK Tracker forum, can´t find everything here ;) Or direct me to threads on this forum! :)

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Postby Asiamaniac » Sun Sep 26, 2004 2:03 pm

I think it is indeed interesting to add other countries (on request). We here have already had hits which had happened outside Euro-Zone and such hits are even more interesting. So it is a good idea to make it possible to enter notes outside Sweden.


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