[CRITICAL BUG] translation doesn't work on some SEREngines

GintasGintas Lithuania
edited June 2017 in Bugs
James told me to report here to @Sven. I'm trying to use #trans_lt text here #notrans feature. lt (LT) - lithuanian language, not it (IT) italian.
I haven't tested all engines yet, but some engines don't translate the text. It's really random. E.g. this article should have been translated: https://notehub.org/28fnb or this one: http://gingerconybeare.myblog.de

I previously found some myblog.de sites that got translated, but now I don't find them anymore. I just restarted my test projects and I see that 17/17 are untranslated again. But to be fair, 9/17 are notehubs, idk why it's building so many of them.

I have tested on normal article sites from my gsa list, they seem to be translating well. But I did find like 1 out of 10 or something I checked untranslated.
Here is my test content by the way:


Comments

  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    thats not a thing on SER but G. who pretty fast blocks you. But with that setup it makes no sense at all. Why not simply translating this and inserting it in the project rather than letting it translate all the time? SER uses a cache but even then it makes no sense.
  • GintasGintas Lithuania
    What do you mean blocks me? It's a test article, in reality I have ~1k spun articles than I need spun & translated for tier 2/3 links.
  • GintasGintas Lithuania
    edited June 2017
    How do I fix the block? I'm testing it on fresh 5 private proxies @Sven
  • GintasGintas Lithuania
    edited June 2017
    Does SER even use these proxies for translation? How does the translation work? I opened translate.google.com with browser on that VPS (no proxy), it seems to work fine.
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    it uses proxies if you use them fro search engines as it's googl's api
  • GintasGintas Lithuania
    edited June 2017
    Here are my proxy settings:



    What should I do to get it fixed @Sven ?
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    remove the public checkbox from search engine usage. However even then google might block you on using this too often. nothing i can do about it really.
  • GintasGintas Lithuania
    edited June 2017
    I don't have any public proxies.

    Should I buy few backconnect rotating ones and set them as public, and tick them only for search engines? hmm

    Would it be possible to make GSA not to post if translation fails? Because I would rather have no post than wrong language.
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    Why not simply translating that stuff manually and add that as content? Is it really so much data?
  • GintasGintas Lithuania
    I'm doing that for tier 1 articles, I translated original articles. So they are lil bit higher quality.

    But for tier 2/3 I need to translate spun articles. I have ~1k (actually ~5k with all projects) spun english articles, and I need somewhat-unique content for these tiers. So the same from tier 1 won't work.
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    how about using GSA Content Generator? You can easily generate content in your language with that.
  • GintasGintas Lithuania
    Ehm, don't have a license of it. I could consider it only in 3-4 months maybe, but not now.
  • GintasGintas Lithuania
    I don't know how it works, but I can't generate content before, it's too much. The best solution is to pick up random article from article manager -> spin -> translate -> post

    Just like GSA is doing now, but sometimes translation fails, so it should post then
  • GintasGintas Lithuania
    edited June 2017
    I mean I can't be generating 100k articles before starting GSA (will take too long), then importing them all in, starting GSA, then stopping after 10-15h, repeating the generation again every ~10-15 hours for every single project (at least 5)... That's crazy amount of time waste
  • GintasGintas Lithuania
    @Sven also I see some cases where title is not translated, but article body is translated.
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