How do you specify languages that you are interested in, but do not work in?
Thread poster: Hans Wolf

Hans Wolf
English to German
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Feb 17, 2002

You know for some profiles that translators have Language Interest? How do you get that? I can\'t find it.

 

Henry Dotterer
Local time: 15:12
SITE FOUNDER
modify the visibility on your 'edit languages' page Feb 17, 2002

There is a column for modifying visibility for each of your language pairs. Access it from your profile page.

 

Hans Wolf
English to German
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TOPIC STARTER
oh i see Feb 17, 2002

i see, thx a lot icon_smile.gif

 

yacine  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:12
Arabic to French
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interest Feb 18, 2002

Dear Hans,

How do you specify languages that you are interested in, but do not work in?

I do not see the point nor the interest in specifying languages you are not going to work in. If people want to see your open mindednsee, they should contact you directly.

It is only an advice and it is also only a personal point of view

Yacine




 

Henry Dotterer
Local time: 15:12
SITE FOUNDER
languages of interest are for getting kudoz alerts Feb 18, 2002

The reason to specify languages of interest is so that you can get notification of KudoZ questions.

 


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