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754Re: [Aten_Clothiers] Viking Clothing Site

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  • Holly Jordan
    Oct 30 12:46 PM
      Hello Sewing Central,
      Try doing Google search on the address, then when the list of websites shows it should look something like the image below allowing you to translate the page. Unfortunately the PDF instructions are mostly hand written & don't translate completely, but I figure a print out of what does along with what doesn't should offer enough to make sense of things.
      Hope this helps.
      histvarld.historiska.se/draekter/draekter.htmlCached - Translate this page
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      On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 10:38 AM, Diann Gonzales <dianngonzales1@...> wrote:

      Lovely photos but grrrrrrr, I cant find the translate button in the blue strip!!

      --- On Mon, 10/29/12, Diane Lynn <dianelynn@...> wrote:

      From: Diane Lynn <dianelynn@...>
      Subject: [Aten_Clothiers] Viking Clothing Site
      To: Aten_Clothiers@yahoogroups.com, TwinMoons-L@...
      Date: Monday, October 29, 2012, 12:06 PM

      I went to one of my favorite Swedish websites, Historiska Varldar and found they have translated into English! Make sure to look for the “translate” button on the top in the blue strip. Scroll all the way to the bottom for the Viking Warrior, Viking Woman and Viking Gentleman.
      Dame Angele

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