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New translations into Arabic, Japanese, Korean and Chinese

Arabic:

حجم النص في الترجمة (Text size in translation)

نموذج ترميز متعدد اللغات (Multilingual form encoding)

Japanese:

訳文における文字サイズ (Text size in translation)

多言語フォームのエンコーディング (Multilingual form encoding)

Web 上の言語 (Language on the Web)

Korean:

번역물의 텍스트 크기 (Text size in translation)

다국어 양식 인코딩 (Multilingual form encoding)

웹상의 언어 (Language on the Web)

(Simplified) Chinese:

文字大小和翻译 (Text size in translation)

多语言表单的编码 (Multilingual form encoding)

网站上的语言 (Language on the Web)

These articles were translated thanks to various groups within wintranslation.

New translations into Romanian

These articles were translated into Romanian thanks to Costea Marian.

New translations into German

These articles were translated into German thanks to Gunnar Bittersmann.

New translations into Spanish

Thanks to the English to Spanish Translation Team, Spanish Translation US, the following articles have been translated into Spanish.

New translations into Hungarian

Thanks to Dénes Kohn, Metaphraser – Translation Company, the following articles have been translated into Hungarian. These are our first Hungarian translations on the Internationalization subsite.

New translation: Rozmiar tekstu w tłumaczeniu

Thanks to Kamil Wiśniewski the article “Text size in translation” has now been translated into Polish.

New article: Text size in translation

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When text is translated from one language to another, the length of the source and translated text is likely to be different. This article provides background material that will briefly explore some of the systematic differences.

By Richard Ishida, W3C.

For review: Text size in translation

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Comments are being sought on this article prior to final release. Please send any comments to www-international@w3.org (subscribe). We expect to publish a final version in one to two weeks.

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