I'd love you to add Georgian to the mix. It's a small country trying to get closer to Europe, but very isolated, with a population that masters Georgian, some Russian and not much else. Google Translate Georgian would open the outside world for them.
I love and use the Google translate tools. I stay in Dakar, Senegal, the western most tip of Africa. The Language is French. It is Google translate that help me in day to day translations.I have a problem some "English Sites" by virtue of their URL which ends in say .ly as in bit.ly opens up with translation tool on the top.or take this site http://www.ku.ac.ke/index.php/news-a-events/372-tender-advertisement-it opens up with a Swahilli translation. this is an English site that does not need translation!I have no problem with this, only if the Tab can be switched off just like in Google images. Could this be done?ThanksGeorge Santosh MarshallProject directorPan African eNetwork Project
The automatic translation of sites which are not in English is an excellent feature. However there are times when you want the original page without the Translate tool Tab on the top.I find that the Translate tool box, cannot be switched off when I want to see the original page in the original language in its entirety.Could this be done even after the tool box comes on display?ThanksGeorge Santosh MarshallProject DirectorPan African eNetwork ProjectDakar, senegal+221-77-234-46-40
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