How to deal with "Access Denied" ?

• Dec 21, 2020 - 08:47

I'm a native Chinese speaker and I'm planning to finish the translation of the handbook. At first, I was going to add some new edition to some pages that had not been translated yet, but when I submitted the changes, the links soon did not work and posted the message "Access Denied", such as Selection Mode and Repeats and Jumps.
I came back to the translation page and found that the translation is "Not Published" .
Could the website admins help with this? Or are there any permissions for me to continue with this? (If not, how could I get the permission? )

BTW: Also, before I started my work, I found that there was a page Open/Save/Export/Print having the same problem too, which might show that there was someone trying to do this before, but the page came to the same situation. )


In reply to by Jojo-Schmitz

Recently when I looked up the website, I found that there was a new button. Does it mean that I've got the permissions?
But I tried to go into the "translate" page of the handbook, the translations were still "not published". I've tried to submit again, but the problem still exists. Do the new translations need to be published by the site admin every time?

你好,我是MuseScore的中文译者之一(翻译了简/繁体中文的网页/应用)。由于你只是将英语手册原版复制粘贴到中文页面,而这样的动作可能被视为无意义灌水,因此可能触发某些保护机制。此举亦会使我们对翻译进度产生困惑。但是别担心,不妨瞧一瞧MuseScore中文论坛 或者和国人用户用QQ群交流下(群号:983966541)。点击链接加入QQ群聊【MuseScore交流讨论区】

Hi, I am one of the translators of the Chinese version (both Simp/Trad and web/app). Your modification might be marked as spamming(meaningless editing) since you established those pages while just copied&pasted the original content from English handbook pages. For that reson you might have triggered some protection mechanisms. This make us hard to know the translation progress as well. But do not worry about that, why not have a look at MuseScore Chinese Forum or chat with Chinese users on QQ (GroupID: 983966541) ? Click the link to join QQ chatroom【MuseScore Disscussion Board】

In reply to by Jojo-Schmitz

Not very easily to make it, but not too hard as well. Our own Discussion Group gathered more than 500 users. Most of the time we encourage them useing the English Forum. If someone has difficulty with Accessibility or language, we will help them. But most of the Chinese users prefer NEITHER to use Discard NOR the MuseScore Forum.

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