Do it!yorik wrote:I had a try this WE at redesigning the start center. What would you guys think of something like this?
There is one easy path: The HTML template can be fully translated. However, there are some parts (the list of installed workbenches, etc) that will not be inside the template but generated by freeCAD at runtime. And this will include some wiki links... Maybe we could do something with what Renato has been working on the wiki (create empty /fr, /pt, /ru... pages), and, for example, if we use the russian template, add /ru to all the wiki links? To be discussed further.NormandC wrote:But this brings a question: can this be translated, by which I mean could this automatically show the translated wiki links based on the end user's locale?
Great! If anyone else has more ideas of these "content boxes", keep them coming. It's also easy to add more tabs (I was thinking about a "customize" one).Kunda1 wrote:* a box showing the activity in the bugtracker with a short explanation on how to submit bug reports
* a box describing all current FreeCAD-addons and links to each one
* a link to useful YouTube tutorials
* a link to the PDF for beginners https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic. ... 34#p153850
* a link for volunteers to contribute documentation, code, macros, etc...
* a box linking users to the FreeCAD-library
* FreeCAD on social media
If any of you webgurus has an idea to remove that barrier, then we can do much more interesting stuff
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