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Last post Jun 14, 2012 02:25 PM by tmorton
Jun 14, 2012 02:25 PM|LINK
We’ve added a new feature to the ASP.NET website -- the ability to see a machine translation of tutorial content into the language of your choice using the Microsoft Translator widget. This feature is completely opt-in. To enable it, choose the desired language
in the “Translate this page” box in the right sidebar, then press the right arrow to enable the translation.
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When enabled, tutorial content pages will automatically be translated into the language you choose. You can hover on a sentence to see it in the original English. Once enabled you can turn off the Translator at any time by clicking the X in the top right-hand
corner of the screen.
You can read more about Microsoft Translator and the widget at
http://www.microsoft.com/web/solutions/mstranslator.aspx, including information on how to add it to your own site. While machine translations are not perfect representations of the original content, we believe that they can offer some level of assistance
to those who have little to no knowledge of English. Please post any feedback on the implementation of the Microsoft Translator widget on the ASP.NET website to the "Feedback on this website" forum (http://forums.asp.net/188.aspx/1?Feedback+on+this+website).