localization - terminology
Thread poster: Maria Castro

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Jun 5, 2008

I've downloaded the file "proz_common_eng_ept" in order to translate it, but I need to know what "comm" stands for. Is it "community", "common" or other?
What about "set"? what's the context?

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Terminology for localization Jun 5, 2008

Dear Maria,

In the file "proz_common_eng_ept" "common" refers simply to the most common areas of the site.

The ProZ.com site glossary describes the terminology used at ProZ.com and can be found in your team forum and from the homepage by clicking on: "About" and then on "site glossary"

I hope this helps.

Kind Regards,


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