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Here's the link with the text labels used in the app. We've created sections for different languages, not in the order of importance but in the order we recalled them.
If you want to translate into your language, click on the link - I'll give you permissions to edit the file. You can then add the translations into the table. Later we'll add them into the app files.
Link to the translation doc
If anything is unclear, try to comment it there or here, I'll give details. There are some duplication, but don't worry, eventually we'll clear them all. This is all because we haven't done the cleanup, but wrote the code :)
Some notes about strange characters in the text (thx to Olaf for pointing):
'\n\n' - this is a special character working as a new line separator. Actually, 2 separators here. Leave it as is.
'Don't, Can't, etc' - these are (you know of course) all English language constructs. Since I'm pretty sure there are no such constructs in other languages, use the correct form for your language.
For example, in Russian one'd write for "Don't delete" - " Не удалять". In Turkish it would be "Silme" or similar (I knew the language, but haven't practiced in some 15-16 years :) ). So, please use the one appropriate for you.
Can\'t - the backslash here is also a special construct for using in programming languages. Please, ignore it. Same case with a you\'ve - first, it's a special backslash char, but then it's an English language construct that would be written differently in other language.
\u0020\u0020 - also special characters, ignore them or use as is.