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Cura language translator ONLINE

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Because Christmas is near, I have a great idea for a present:

The Cura App is a great App (in my life). Often I read something or see something in the internet in english. Now I want to try this on my "german" Cura, I try to find the item ... nothing ... the I had to use the preferences and change the language to english, save my project, close CURA, restart CURA open my project find the correct topic / item, OK, and now the way back to german translation close,restart .. a non convenient way. And when I read an english forum topic, I do not reconfigure my cura.

It will be great to type the item-name into a "translate-Field" located near your search-field  on your website to see all the translations for different languages.

:o) trying to make things better - Carsten

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