sys64738 (or should I call you "reset"? ;)), you are so right :).
Long live english. Yay! And xlating computer terms to native languages
always ends up with stupid words. The swedish "fastplattelager" or
however they spell that... luckily I'm young enough that I don't know
any of the really embarassing danish terms.
Posted on 2001-12-27 07:26:54 by f0dder
this isnt really true. the fact is that english is easy to learn at the _beginning_. As soon as you learn this language very often, you will notice there are also special cases in this language as they are in French, for example.
Posted on 2001-12-27 10:45:25 by nyook
agree sys64738

my native language is chinese.but i can't force everyone learn chinese at first then reply my question.i don't think i can wait for so long.:)

someday maybe we can write tech-doc in our native language and others will translate it in english for everyone to read.hehe,of course,if my doc is worthy.
Posted on 2001-12-27 12:38:49 by xqterry
I hope you are moved to The Heap or anywhere else.
Posted on 2001-12-27 14:19:41 by CodeLover
sorry Codelover, the voices told me to do that...
think it's time for another reset ;)

hier deutschmann:grin:
Posted on 2001-12-27 17:39:25 by sys64738
I'm so happy with my english version of Win98... I never have to mess with snelkoppelingen on my bureaublad or my configuratiescherm :grin: :grin:
Posted on 2001-12-28 03:41:52 by Qweerdy
...And english win2k says "page fault", not "sidefejl"... "sidefejl"
sounds very very much like a printer error... "page fault" quite a bit
less :). Localization, *yuck*.
Posted on 2001-12-28 12:46:19 by f0dder