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  • Resolved aqdrk

    (@aqdrk)


    Hello!

    I’m using Complianz on my blog (in Bulgarian) and noticed that the Cookie Policy page has 6 or 7 spelling errors, lots of grammatical and logical ones and also lots of untranslated strings (see the screenshot). Even the first sentence at the start of the page is entirely in English – This Cookie Policy was last updated on 29.10.2021 and applies to citizens and legal permanent residents of the European Economic Area. I know how to edit the page with or without breaking synchronization, but how/where could I contribute to a better translation by fixing the errors and filling the gaps (I am going to do it anyways, so why not fix it for everyone…)

    https://imgur.com/a/L7BHg1V

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  • Plugin Contributor jarnovos

    (@jarnovos)

    Hi @aqdrk,

    These taxonomy translations are managed through CookieDatabase.org. I see that Bulgarian has not yet been fully translated.

    I’d gladly invite you as a translator on CookieDatabase.org. The translated variables would then be synced to your site and all other Bulgarian Complianz/CookieDatabase users. You can reach out to us at support(at)complianz.io to set up an account.

    Let me know if you have any further questions.
    Kind regards,
    Jarno

    Plugin Contributor jarnovos

    (@jarnovos)

    Hi @aqdrk,

    Any further updates about this?

    Feel free to send us a message at support(at)complianz.io, we’ll set up your account so you can start translating.

    Kind regards,
    Jarno

    Plugin Contributor jarnovos

    (@jarnovos)

    Hi @aqdrk,

    I’ll mark this as resolved as the thread became inactive.

    Please feel free to reach out to us (support(at)complianz.io) if you’d like to contribute to the Bulgarian translations.

    Kind regards,
    Jarno

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