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The translations project was designed to help us translate Myfxbook to your language. We've made efforts to keep the translation process simple and easy.

Please refer in this section for the process of translating - if something is still unclear, please contact us and we'll answer your questions.

Translation Language

To start translating, choose your language from the option menu:

Select language to translate

The translation area is divided into 5 areas:

  • Translations Home - Check the status and progress of the translation of each of the available languages.

    Translation status

  • Translate - Translate the language of your choice.

    translate language

  • Vote Translations - Vote on translations of other members or suggest a new translation.

    Vote translations

  • My Translations - Quick access to all of your translation, for reference or for editing purposes.

    My translations

  • My Votes - Quick access to all of your votes on the translations of others, for reference or for editing purposes.

Working with tokens

Some sentences are dynamic by nature, so you might see words surrounded by parentheses like this: {word}.

Translation token

The {word} token acts as a dynamic word which is replaced by our systems - in the above case it can be any of the 12 months January, February, March etc'.

Just click on the token underneath the text area in order to include it in the translated sentence (you will not be able to save the translation if tokens are missing!).


In some cases, if the sentence to translate is not clear, you'll notice an explanation above the text area:

Translation explanation

EURUSD 1.19783 GBPUSD 1.33771
USDJPY 104.242 USDCAD 1.29555







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