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All version-dependent article titles should begin with the concerned version number, followed by the actual title, with a ":" between the two. Here's an example: 0.4:Manual
List of version-dependent articles: (basically all sections in the Manual, except "Introduction" and "Appendices")
====0.4 Tutorials==== Getting Started - a brief walk-through for the impatient Your First Song with LMMS - a more step-by-step tutorial Making Triple-Oscillator patches - Guidelines for creating useful triple-oscillator patches ====Using LMMS 0.4==== Working with Instruments Working with Samples Composing in the Piano Roll Editor Composing Bass Lines and Drum Sequences Putting the song together Working with Automation Working with LADSPA effects Working with Controllers Working with Effects and the Mixer Working with VSTs Using MIDI Exporting the Song ====0.4 Reference==== Main Menu Bar Tool Bar Side Bar Plugins Song Editor Piano Roll Editor Beat + Bassline Editor Automation Editor FX Mixer Project Notes LMMS Settings Key Mappings
All translations should be based on the English version. The articles' title should begin with the language's two-lettered ISO 639-1 code (Fr, De, Es, ...), followed by the LMMS version (if the article is version-dependent), followed by the actual title, in that language. It wouldn't make much sense to translate articles leaving the titles in English, wouldn't it? Here are some examples: Fr:Page Principale, Fr:0.4:Manuel. The English version doesn't need that part though.
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