The Twitter today activated its version in Brazilian Portuguese, just over two weeks after the end of the complete translation of the site, which took place in record time: 3 days. Early version should help new members of the site and did not speak very good English (the default language) but still want to participate. This is the tenth language in which Twitter is available.
To change the language, just go to settings, select the Portuguese in the list and put the password to confirm. It can be a little awkward to navigate the site to “Tweet” you are “Following” people and reading their “@ Mentions”, but I think the translation that I’ll have more trouble getting used is even the “Topics Trend” in side bar.
The site barely enabled the translation and users have found the first flaws. In the profile page, for example, translations for Following and Unfollow do not fit very well on the buttons. The settings page also has a badly-closed html tag, which should not be so much trouble to solve.
The translation, however, is not completely finished. Under Brazilian Carol Schimmelpfeng, which supports users on the network, the mailing list on the translation into Portuguese, “we are constantly adding new strings to existing projects or even brand new project sheet”.
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