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Can anybody tell me what will be the best spanish translation for "Stop spin"?

The word stop spin will be use on the push button so the customer can select to stop the rotation of the spin. But i need the word in spanish can anybody help me.

Thank you

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updated ENE 30, 2009
posted by Blanca

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James Santiago said:

when such threads are systematically deleted I certainly do just that.

Sorry, but that's just not true. Just to give a recent example, from yesterday there are two threads titled "[url=http://my.spanishdict.com/forum/topic/show'id=1710195%3ATopic%3A1097753]translate[/url]" and "[url=http://my.spanishdict.com/forum/topic/show'id=1710195%3ATopic%3A1097541]Hola[/url]," neither of which is related to any question. In fact, these two threads don't even contain questions. And this happens practically every day. And as I said, I have seen threads left undeleted even when you and Eddy are obviously online here (because you are posting to threads). That is why the policy is frustrating, because its implementation is very inconsistent.

Why not authorize some of your ambassadors to delete threads? That would relieve some of the burden from you and the other moderators and allow the policy to be enforced more systematically.

No, this isn't the answer. If you are so consistent in your approach why did you answer the thread posted by Bay. Is your reason buried somewhere in your above asnswer. This thread had no relevant title, yet despite me and Heidita telling you on numerous occasions not to answer these threads, you thought better and went ahead. Where is your consistency? As the posters question has now been answered, I am closing this thread. If you want to carry on this discussion then please do it via the private messaging function.

updated ENE 30, 2009
posted by Eddy
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James Santiago said:

He meant he pasted your reply (which was in the deleted thread) onto the poster's comment wall. The para lo peor . . . discussion Yes, I know he did that, but what does that have to do with what I'm talking about here (his saying there is nothing wrong with a title, when that title has already been changed)? We seem to be talking about two different things, which is confusing me.

Wow, confused are we. Then let me try to elucidate. It was obvious that I made a mistake in not realisng that the title had been altered. However, not for you a simple comment on my wall such as Natasha's and I quote, "Originally her title was "Hello!", hence all the comments on the title. She finally changed it", for which, by the way, Natasha received an apology from me. No, James has to air the mistake on open forum and lets for good measure add the condescending remark "please keep in kind". Well James, please be informed that I am always "keeping in mind" no matter what the circumstances.

updated ENE 30, 2009
posted by Eddy
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Sorry, but that's just not true. Just to give a recent example, from yesterday there are two threads titled "translate" and "Hola," neither of which is related to any question. In fact, these two threads don't even contain questions.

Thanks for pointing this out, I have just deleted them. As you mentioned before, we do have a life. i certainly do delete all threads i see like this, but i must see them first. I did not see these.

Why not authorize some of your ambassadors to delete threads'

This is in theory a good idea, but only administrators can do that.

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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*when such threads are systematically deleted

I certainly do just that.*

Sorry, but that's just not true. Just to give a recent example, from yesterday there are two threads titled "[url=http://my.spanishdict.com/forum/topic/show'id=1710195%3ATopic%3A1097753]translate[/url]" and "[url=http://my.spanishdict.com/forum/topic/show'id=1710195%3ATopic%3A1097541]Hola[/url]," neither of which is related to any question. In fact, these two threads don't even contain questions. And this happens practically every day. And as I said, I have seen threads left undeleted even when you and Eddy are obviously online here (because you are posting to threads). That is why the policy is frustrating, because its implementation is very inconsistent.

Why not authorize some of your ambassadors to delete threads? That would relieve some of the burden from you and the other moderators and allow the policy to be enforced more systematically.

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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My point is that would you "please keep in mind" not to answer threads that have an inappropriate title.

I would like to point this out too. I have insisted on this several times. I certainly do not bother to paste an answer on anybody's page. This is very clearly stated in the rules of this forum and the most active forers have been asked please not to answer threads with inappropriate titles, especially for their own sakes as it is a complete loss of time.

We have tried to make the FAQ more attractive to foreres and hope , but only hope so far, that the FAQ will be read.

when such threads are systematically deleted

I certainly do just that.

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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My point is that would you "please keep in mind" not to answer threads that have an inapproprite title.

If that was your point, it sure got buried.

We have gone over this a number of times, so I don't think there's much use in doing it again, but I'll just say that I'll stop replying to inappropriately titled threads when such threads are systematically deleted. I would say that at least half of them remain on the forum permanently, even when moderators are obviously online at that time and participating in other threads, or even in those threads themselves. I realize that you mods have lives, so the only answer, if you really want to eliminate such threads, is to authorize more people to delete them, under a clear set of guidelines.

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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Sorry, I don't understand what you mean.

Well I will try to be more specific. First, corrections to my first post, A title I might add that you provided the answer that I had to copy. A title I might add to which you provided an answer that I then had to copy to the comment wall of the poster before I deleted their post. I trust you are able to understand that. The poster to which I am referring appears below and you can see my comment on her wall.
Bay

My point is that would you "please keep in mind" not to answer threads that have an inappropriate title.

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by Eddy
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He meant he pasted your reply (which was in the deleted thread) onto the poster's comment wall. The para lo peor . . . discussion

Yes, I know he did that, but what does that have to do with what I'm talking about here (his saying there is nothing wrong with a title, when that title has already been changed)? We seem to be talking about two different things, which is confusing me.

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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He meant he pasted your reply (which was in the deleted thread) onto the poster's comment wall. The para lo peor . . . discussion

James Santiago said:

I do bear it in mind James, which was why I took the trouble to copy your answer to the last posters comment wall before I deleted their thread which had a totally inappropriate title.

Sorry, I don't understand what you mean.

When I said "please keep this in mind," I was referring to the fact that in the past there have been a few situations in which people told posters that their threads had inappropriate titles, the poster then changed the title, and you then viewed the thread after the change and commented that there seemed to be no problem. Natasha and I wouldn't have said anything about the current title of this thread, so I was asking you, the next time you see such a situation, to come to the conclusion that the title must have already been changed. It would be nice if the software gave some indication that a title has been modified, but it doesn't, so your confusion is understandable, but we don't ask for titles to be changed if they are even remotely related to the thread.

A title I might add that you provided the answer that I had to copy.

What are you saying here? I don't understand the English. (I mean the English grammar here, not English people. hehe)

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updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by Natasha
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I do bear it in mind James, which was why I took the trouble to copy your answer to the last posters comment wall before I deleted their thread which had a totally inappropriate title.

Sorry, I don't understand what you mean.

When I said "please keep this in mind," I was referring to the fact that in the past there have been a few situations in which people told posters that their threads had inappropriate titles, the poster then changed the title, and you then viewed the thread after the change and commented that there seemed to be no problem. Natasha and I wouldn't have said anything about the current title of this thread, so I was asking you, the next time you see such a situation, to come to the conclusion that the title must have already been changed. It would be nice if the software gave some indication that a title has been modified, but it doesn't, so your confusion is understandable, but we don't ask for titles to be changed if they are even remotely related to the thread.

A title I might add that you provided the answer that I had to copy.

What are you saying here? I don't understand the English. (I mean the English grammar here, not English people. hehe)

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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James Santiago said:

Eddy said:

As the title has something to do with what the poster is searching, I see no reason for it´s deletion. On the other hand, stop spin makes no sense in English and as such would have deserved deletion.

Eddy, this has happened before, but you are not seeing the original title, which was "Hello!" In the future, please keep this in mind, since we don't usually nail people for having the wrong title if the title is not wrong.

I do bear it in mind James, which was why I took the trouble to copy your answer to a previopus poster´s comment wall before I deleted their thread which had a totally inappropriate title. A title I might add that you provided the answer that I had to copy.

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by Eddy
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This is from instructions to a digital bingo game:

While 'AUTO SPIN' is in progress you can interrupt the game by clicking on the 'STOP SPIN' button, if spin is in progress, 'AUTO SPIN' will be stopped after completing the current spin otherwise 'AUTO SPIN' is stopped immediately and normal game window is restored.

Maybe something like "Parar el giro."

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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My suggestions:

1) Parar giro
2) Bote progresivo
3) Introducir tarjeta para jugar

Good luck smile

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by Vikingo
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Eddy said:

As the title has something to do with what the poster is searching, I see no reason for it´s deletion. On the other hand, stop spin makes no sense in English and as such would have deserved deletion.

Eddy, this has happened before, but you are not seeing the original title, which was "Hello!" In the future, please keep this in mind, since we don't usually nail people for having the wrong title if the title is not wrong.

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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As the title has something to do with what the poster is searching, I see no reason for it´s deletion. On the other hand, stop spin makes no sense in English and as such, probably would have deserved deletion.

updated ENE 29, 2009
posted by Eddy