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Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by Ragnar » 02 Feb 2020, 07:01

SOTE wrote:
02 Feb 2020, 06:11
Though, when you guys get to it, would hope a link could be made for the Korean Online translation from the English Online Help.
This will happen if Lexikos merges the pull request mentioned by joedf.

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by SOTE » 02 Feb 2020, 06:11

Ragnar wrote:
02 Feb 2020, 04:31
I'm not sure what exactly your problem is, but usually all types of docs are displayed correctly in any common browser. Which browser do you use? What do you see when you open a document? Do you see any error messages in the browser console, if available (press F12)? Which operating system do you use?
Apologies, this was a temporary problem with settings on a firewall. No problem accessing the English Online Help.

Though, when you guys get to it, would hope a link could be made for the Korean Online translation from the English Online Help.

Thanks.

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by Ragnar » 02 Feb 2020, 04:31

I'm not sure what exactly your problem is, but usually all types of docs are displayed correctly in any common browser. Which browser do you use? What do you see when you open a document? Do you see any error messages in the browser console, if available (press F12)? Which operating system do you use?

To link an English document, you should use the official autohotkey.com domain. For example: https://www.autohotkey.com/docs/commands/Return.htm.

To work with the document files, you should use https://github.com/Lexikos/AutoHotkey_L-Docs.

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by SOTE » 01 Feb 2020, 20:19

joedf wrote:
30 Jan 2020, 14:06
This is transitional. Please refer to:
https://github.com/Lexikos/AutoHotkey_L-Docs/pull/393#commits-pushed-437909f
Edited. Not a problem. Please proceed.

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by joedf » 30 Jan 2020, 14:06

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by SOTE » 30 Jan 2020, 13:28

Ragnar, great work.

Hey guys, I don't know if the issue is related or is just transitional, but it seems like the AHK v1 English Online AutoHotkey Help is not showing properly. Don't know if it's just on my end, or something bigger.

Also, if you start from the English (EN) Online Document, you can see the German (DE), and the Chinese (ZH), but not the Korean (KO). However, if you start from the Korean (KO), you can see the other Online Help Documents (EN, DE, ZH).

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by joedf » 29 Jan 2020, 17:04

Thanks, I've updated the website links. Also cool translation tool! I've never heard of it. I'll definitely give it a try. :+1:

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by Ragnar » 29 Jan 2020, 16:42

https://ahkscript.github.io/ko/docs/ works now. Don't forget to replace each occurrence of http://autohotkeykr.sourceforge.net/docs/ with it.

Little tip: If someone decides to translate the docs, I strongly recommend CAT tools such as OmegaT (available for free), which makes the translation work much easier. For example, the German docs were translated with OmegaT.

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by joedf » 29 Jan 2020, 10:41

Just saw this after GitHub. Great work! Also, I agree :+1:

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by Ragnar » 29 Jan 2020, 05:21

Thanks @joedf.

I've "modernized" the Korean docs and submitted a PR for ahkscript.github.io to make the docs accessible via https://ahkscript.github.io/ko/docs/. After merging, it may take some time for this address to work, depending on the "mood" of GitHub (but can be forced if necessary).

I intentionally chose KO instead of KR, as KO is the official abbreviation for the Korean language according to ISO 639-1. Also in lower case to, for example, simplify manual writing.

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by joedf » 28 Jan 2020, 14:57

@Ragnar You're good to go! You have access to all the main repos :+1:
@SOTE Agreed. :D

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by SOTE » 27 Jan 2020, 19:51

This is great. It's also amazing how AutoHotkey is worldwide.

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by joedf » 27 Jan 2020, 18:42

I thought of something similar but was lazy aha :p
Also Whoopsy! I though you were already a member, I've sent an invitation to @Ragnar-F, once accepted i'll make sure the permissions are updated correctly.
Thanks! :+1:

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by Ragnar » 27 Jan 2020, 16:46

Since the CHM file is now hosted on GitHub, it would be better to make the online help accessible via https://ahkscript.github.io/KR/docs/. What you need to do is the following:

  • In the repo AHK-Docs_KR, move the files from src into the KR folder so that the path is KR/docs/ instead of KR/src/docs/ and commit this change.
  • In the repo ahkscript.github.io, add a submodule (git command is git submodule add https://github.com/ahkscript/AHK-Docs_KR KR) and commit this change.
Note that changes made later in AHK-Docs_KR are only visible after a "git submodule update" in ahkscript.github.io (followed by commit).

Or I can do it myself, if you make me a member of ahkscript. So I can also adjust the Korean docs to the new navigation bar.

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by joedf » 27 Jan 2020, 11:15

Done, done and ... done! :+1:

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by SOTE » 25 Jan 2020, 06:14

joedf wrote:
21 Jan 2020, 10:55
a little late but here it is! :+1:
https://github.com/ahkscript/AHK-Docs_KR
and french too (still needs to get started :b )
https://github.com/ahkscript/AHK-Docs_FR
That looks great. If it's not too much trouble, there is a couple more things in regards to the help file and GitHub:

Can you also put the Korean GitHub link on the AutoHotkey download page, where the German and Chinese links are (https://www.autohotkey.com/download/)?

At GitHub, it would be good if the Korean AutoHotkey.chm is put in a zip and as a downloadable file under releases (https://github.com/ahkscript/AHK-Docs_KR/releases). This is what has been done for the German translation of the help file.
This is the direct SourceForge download link to the .zip (careful as it will almost immediately download-
https://sourceforge.net/projects/autohotkeykr/files/AutoHotkey%20help.zip/download) or you might want to only put the AutoHotkey.chm in a .zip for GitHub.

Lastly, it would probably be a good idea to add the Korean online translation of the help document next to the German and Chinese ones at the bottom of this page (https://www.autohotkey.com/). Link to the Korean online translation- http://autohotkeykr.sourceforge.net/docs/commands/

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Documentation (de - 帮助)
Note- As the French translation comes along, the same would be nice.

Thank you.

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by joedf » 21 Jan 2020, 10:55

a little late but here it is! :+1:
https://github.com/ahkscript/AHK-Docs_KR
and french too (still needs to get started :b )
https://github.com/ahkscript/AHK-Docs_FR

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by joedf » 17 Jan 2020, 18:21

Oh thanks for sharing!
I'll put it on Github Page this weekend. :+1:

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by SOTE » 17 Jan 2020, 17:10

@joedf

A Korean translation of the AutoHotkey help document was done 4 years ago by 한글판 johjnsonj 151111, and he put it on SourceForge, instead of GitHub. The translation is a bit behind version wise, but arguably good enough that you might want to link to it or include it in the download section (after inspecting it).

Here is the online document link- http://autohotkeykr.sourceforge.net/docs/commands/
Here is the download- https://sourceforge.net/projects/autohotkeykr/

The SourceForge profile of the creator, who you might want to contact to see if he's interesting in updating the help file or joining the site (if he's not already a member). https://sourceforge.net/u/johnsoonj/profile/

Re: A Korean Forum?

Post by SOTE » 13 Jan 2020, 16:32

joedf wrote:
13 Jan 2020, 10:39
I got absolutely no response... :( I am not sure there are that many active long-time users on the forum from what I could see with google translate... :/
They are not as busy as here, LOL, but they have users and activity.

The site administrator is Hyunchan Kim. You might be able to reach him from here. http://tleap.net/hello-world/#respond

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However, that's his kind of blog/hello page, so maybe a bit iffy. I will send you his registered email by PM.

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