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Monday, February 25th 2013, 7:16pm

Hello People! I'm Domenico and I'm glad to give my help here! :-)

Hi everybody!
I'm Domenico and I would like to give my help for translate the videos.
I'm not the best translator in the world but for sure I'm one more head that could help and I will!! :-)
Vincenzo Barbato suggested me to inscribe here so I did it!
I will help as better I can. :-)


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Monday, February 25th 2013, 8:52pm

Hi DionisOdam

Welcome to the team! :thumbsup:
Not to worry. With practice and good guidance, you will become a good translator.
Check the forum out and you will find the Italian thread, you will find more help there.
Have fun translating! :D

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Monday, February 25th 2013, 11:41pm

Hi Domenico!! Glad to see you joining the fun!! ^^
And what a great start indeed!! :kewl: Let us know whenever you need anything. There are many Italian volunteers around, but not very active. An extra force like you showing up with that attitude might be just the thing that was lacking ;)

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