Call for translators: localization updates for Clippings for Firefox 6.3 and Clippings for Thunderbird 6.1


A new version of Clippings, an add-on for Firefox that saves frequently-entered text for later pasting into web page forms, will be coming out very soon, and translators are needed to localize the new UI strings that will be in the release. You can learn more about what’s new in Clippings 6.3 at the AE Creations blog.

A new version of Clippings for Thunderbird is planned to be released at around the same time as Thunderbird 91. The new features and improvements are the same, and it also shares the same UI strings as Clippings for Firefox.

Localizations for Clippings are done through Crowdin, where translation requests for the most common languages for Clippings have been set up. Just go to the Crowdin project , log in or sign up as a translator, and then start translating. If you want to add a new localization but the desired language is missing, simply post to the discussion forum on Crowdin and ask for your language to be added.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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