Category Archives: Documentation

New translation: User Guide in Ukrainian

Bunyk Taras (Тарас Буник) translated the User Guide to Ukrainian and published it as a wiki book:

http://uk.wikibooks.org/wiki/Txt2tags

New translation: Markup Demo in Russian

Kato Kontenta has translated the Markup Demo to Russian!

Check it out: http://txt2tags.org/ru/markup-ru.html

New translation: Sample file in Italian

Ruggero Furlanetto has translated the Sample file to Italian!

Check it out: http://txt2tags.org/it/sample-it.html

New translation: Japanese

Hello Japan!

Your friend Mage Whopper has translated to Japanese the Sample file and the Markup Demo.

The work is already online on the documentation page.

Using txt2tags to generate a Lulu-ready PDF book

Marco Fioretti wrote a detailed article explaining how he used txt2tags, pdflatex and a home-made shell script to create a full PDF book. He took screenshots, showed live examples and even provided the code for his custom script. Nice work Marco!

Read the article at: http://freesoftware.zona-m.net/how-transform-almost-plain-ascii-text-lulu-ready-pdf-files-part-1

New translation: Ukrainian

Hello Ukrainian readers!

Your friend Bunyk Taras (Тарас Буник) has translated the Sample file and the program interface (potfile) for you.

The work is already online on the documentation page.

New translation: More Basque (Euskara)

Hello Euskara readers!

Your friend Ales Zabala Alava has made it again!

After his previous translation work, now he has translated the Manual Page and the program interface (potfile) for you.

The work is already online on the documentation page.

New Translation: User Guide in Chinese

Chinese people, your wishes came true: the big Txt2tags User Guide is now available in your language!

Chris Leng (冷悦) worked hard to beat the monster, and the result is a beautiful 61-pages PDF with the full User Guide translated to Chinese (including the screenshots!).

userguide-chinese

Great work Chris, thanks!

New translation: Basque (Euskara)

Hello Euskara readers!

Your friend Ales Zabala Alava has translated the Markup Demo and the Sample file for you.

The work is already online on the documentation page.

New translation: Finnish

Hello Finland and Finnish readers!

Your friend Mikko J Piippo from Helsinki has translated the Sample file and the program interface (potfile) for you.

The work is already online on the documentation page.