Is there a special dictionary to translate the interface?


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There is a task to translate some of the interfaces are in Russian. I would like to transfer more or less conform to generally accepted standards of terminology (which are not rarely not entirely logical and correct, but all the usual ever since the first Russian versions of Windows, Office, etc.) and not "hurt my eyes" accustomed to the Russian versions of the software, but the Russian-speaking software to spy on at hand. So do you know is there somewhere in the Network dictionaries with examples of translated elements office.


Sitting here, I think, for example, in Russian call "Custom" and I am afraid that whatever I came up with, it will not be that in the Russian versions of all usual software is usually in its place.
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The Microsoft Language Portal
\rwww.microsoft.com/Language/en-US/Default.aspx
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There are online search the Glossary, translates from any to any; you can still download offline from MSDN/TechNet.
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how in Russian to call "Custom"

but the context in which that word? and what function does. Then I think special.the dictionary will not help. An important context because the English name of the button\\item may not fully satisfy. I think there needs an individual approach.
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not "hurt my eyes" accustomed to the Russian versions of the software

and here it is better to test on a small group of potential users of the program.
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fedorahosted.org/fuel/ — project aimed at the standardization of the translation in
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Almost ten years have compiled free English-Russian dictionary of computer terms:
\rengcom.org.ru/
At the time it was used by the translators of GNOME and KDE.
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