YouWatch - Translate
Friday, February 11, 2011 10:54:13 AM
You can help me and translate YouWatch into your native language, or languages you can speak/write in a good form.
Translation of the Extension is done with the YouWatch Translation Tool. Click on the link, do the translations and send me the result.
In addition to the extension, you can translate the text for the Opera Addons Catalog (if you like, its optional). More details about this, see below.
If you have any questions or want to send me the translation, mail me at: timmi at myopera.com.
Thanks for the help.
Tip: YouWatch is regularly updated and new word-pairs could come. Let me know how I can contact you (if you are available to maintain the translation for YouWatch). Also please tell me your name, how I should mention you as translator in the list below.
- German (me)
- English (me)
- Norwegian (Aleksander)
- Russian (Dwane)
- Spanish (PabloMendoza)
- Portuguese (Ivan Mussolino)
- Polish (Michał Gałężewski, Paweł Głębocki)
- Turkish (zahek)
Translate the Opera Addons Catalog
The following part is optional. Its only the text which is displayed at the Opera Addons Catalog.
Manage your watched videos on YouTube. Browse them, mark/hide them in a search or at pages, show them in Speed Dial. Guests can now subscribe channels.Attention: This short Summary only should have a maximum of 220 characters.
YouWatch improves the video search on YouTube. YouWatch collects informations about watched YouTube videos, which you watched on YouTube directly or through embedded YouTube videos on other websites and uses those informations to give you a better search experience. Already watched videos from a search result can be marked or completely hidden. This can also be extended to all the videos shown at the entire YouTube page. YouWatch thus helps you to discover unknown videos easier. To manage your watched videos, click the new link ("Watched") in YouTubes navigation bar. There, you can browse your watched videos or search instantly for key words or YouTube usernames. The alternative search from YouWatch replaces the standard YouTube search. It combines the capabilities of YouWatch with the already mature and reliable YouTube search by filtering the search results on the basis of already watched videos without the hassle of clicking through each page. Just like the search for watched videos, the alternative search displays more information about the video than the normal YouTube search. So you can now better decide whether you really want to watch a video. While it was only possible to subscribe to new videos from a YouTube user with your own YouTube account, you can now do this with YouWatch too, without the need of a YouTube account. If the subscription feature of YouWatch is enabled, the new videos from your subscriptions will be displayed at the home page of YouTube. The latest video from your subscription, or even your recently watched video can now be displayed on your Opera Speed Dial page on an existing Speed Dial entry pointing to YouTube. For YouWatch you neither need a YouTube or a Google account. It works either as a guest or logged-in user. YouWatch saves all information locally in your Opera Browser. On the Options page you can among other things, do: * enable/disable search filtering * enable/disable filtering on all YouTube pages * enable/disable instant search of watched videos * enable/disable the alternative search * enable/disable the toolbar button * enable/disable the speed dial styling * enable/disable the subscriptions * set how the videos should be filtered (hide, mark) * set order of displayed videos, and how many of them per page * manage your subscriptions or import these from your YouTube account. * delete all saved data YouWatch is available in these languages: - English - German - Norwegian (by Aleksander) - Russian (by Dwane) - Spanish (by PabloMendoza) - Portuguese (by Ivan Mussolino) - Polish (by Michał Gałężewski, Paweł Głębocki) - Turkish (by zahek) More information, tips&tricks and support, at the linked Support Page.