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  • date unknown
linked to #74380
prototype.js - inserts 'what's new' data into the page when it is read.
prototype.js - inserts update information into the page when the page is loaded.
linked to #396121
  • Eldad
  • Dec 13th 2010, 07:04
linked to #664147
linked to #1561564

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Sentence #329340

prototype.js - inserts update information into the page when the page is loaded.
prototype.js - מכניס מידע עדכון לדף כשהדף נטען.
ページが読み込まれたら更新情報をページ内に流し込む prototype.js
ページ[] が[] 読み込ま[よみこま] れ[] たら[] 更新[こうしん] 情報[じょうほう] を[] ページ[] 内[ない] に[] 流し込む[ながしこむ]  [] prototype[] .[] j[じぇい] s[えす]
protótipo.js - insere informação de atualização na página quando a página é carregada.
prototype.js — вставляет информацию об обновлениях в страницу при её загрузке.
prototype.js - ismerteti az frissítéseket további adatok beszúrásával, miután a weboldal betöltött
prototype.js обновляет информацию на странице после её загрузки.


May 31st 2010, 08:09
In technical terminology, 'update' would be used instead of 'what's new'. But the Japanese is ambiguous so it is hard to discern if the information is about an update or simply updated information. Also, where Japanese software uses '読み込む' the English version uses 'load'. Especially since this sentence is talking about JavaScript, a web technology, a web browser is often said to 'load' a page rather than 'read' it.

"prototype.js - inserts update information into the page when the page is loaded."
May 31st 2010, 08:32
Updated, thanks for the suggestion.
Dec 13th 2010, 06:59
@fcbond, regarding your comment here:

We will usually discourage people from adding "non-sentences", but we tolerate them if you're really determined about keeping them:

In the future, if simply request to have them tagged as "non-sentence" :)
(I'm tagging this one as such)

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