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14 hours ago, george1234 said:

Dont know where to report this on transifex but i ve reviewed the whole greek language manual's translation and fixed most of it. Some parts were terrible as if pulled out of google translate.

Ok its nice but this topic is more related to original names those shouldn't  be translated. we call them specific name.

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Well, for the Greek translation, it would make sense to replace the transliterated Latin-script versions with the original Greek alphabet versions ;)

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28 minutes ago, GunChleoc said:

Well, for the Greek translation, it would make sense to replace the transliterated Latin-script versions with the original Greek alphabet versions ;)

But then we should also write Old Persian names in Old Persian cuneiform and Carthaginian in the Phoenician alphabet. Although it's possible, I'm unconvinced that would be a good idea. (Different writing directions also tend to complicate things.)

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1 hour ago, Nescio said:

But then we should also write Old Persian names in Old Persian cuneiform and Carthaginian in the Phoenician alphabet. Although it's possible, I'm unconvinced that would be a good idea. (Different writing directions also tend to complicate things.)

You didn't read my post carefully:

Well, for the Greek translation ...

We should not change the source strings.

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