Birthe, much gratitude for your testing and feedback
I tested the first Gloom button. It worked. Then I tested Mohammads version. Changing the language to danish of course. That worked very well. Now in another of my Wikies I tried the latest Gloom button, and were offered translation into Persian. I could try to clear browser cache of course. But instead I tried first version Gloom button and that still works without that. lol I got Hindi. So my first version still works? Good. I wonder why it stopped for me... > I want to use your great solutions in more wikies and that seems to work > nicely. > Mohammad's solution is perfect for applying translate tiddlers to an entire wiki, the original button would be good for a trandlate button for single tiddlers (like for attaching to a post here) or self-contained stand-alone tiddlers (like I usually produce). > Using my wiki translated into danish the button is in english but the > translation windows is of course fine. > The "Translate" in the button would be English-- couldn't find a core language tiddler for translate. Did the button show En/US > (danish)? (the part after the > should be reading your browser's language setting which I thought might be a visual clue the button was for the user's language) The "public health agency search bookmarks" tiddler (over in the Additions to Mohammad's Covid wiki) was where I used some core lingo to translate some of the tiddler text without needing to use thr translate button-- if you want to chezk that as well-- its a single self contained tiddler that works by itself (it creates its own temp tiddlers) > Birthe > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to tiddlywiki+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/tiddlywiki/2ba55270-2fe8-4445-9ac8-42afe8c37111%40googlegroups.com.