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fr-CA locale

Postby Korack » Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:56 am

Wondered if there were any French Canadian users interested in sharing our translations? I've started one, it's still a work in progress, neither complete nor final. I'm still debating on some on the name of some of the functions, but I'm just getting the ball rolling to see if there's any interest.

There ain't much options available for us, and the laws requires our application to be translated. So here we are, if you want to discuss how we should translate CommLog or if you simply want to drop your own translation file, you're more than welcome to do so !
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Re: French translation

Postby jsalmon » Thu Jun 23, 2016 11:19 am

I would be very interested in adding this to our list of available translations once there is a "finalized" list.
http://www.opendental.com/manual/languagesdownload.html
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Re: French translation

Postby Korack » Thu Oct 06, 2016 11:46 am

Sharing my progress so far, got a little bit more added in.
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Re: French translation

Postby jsalmon » Wed Oct 19, 2016 12:50 pm

I went ahead and uploaded this latest version to our server so that users have a decent starting point (better than nothing).
Thank you so much for sharing what you have!
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Re: French translation

Postby Korack » Tue Apr 11, 2017 12:14 pm

I've updated the Canadian French translation, with a lot more stuff added. I've also uploaded a base definition and displayfield tables to help anyone who wants to test the software in french.

Here's a quick lexicon to see how I decided to translate the main jargon, and maybe gets a discussion going about these choices.

Main modules
Appts - Horaire
Family - Famille
Account - Finance
Teat' Plan - Plan Tx
Chart - Dossier Dentaire
Images - Images
Manage - Options

Main functionalities
Commlog - Communication Patient
Forms - Fomulaires
Sheet - Fiches
Letter - Lettres
Blockouts - Bloquage
Timecard - Feuille de temps

Appts related

Account related
Procedures quick add - Groupe de codes
Quick Procs - Groupe de codes
Statement - Relevé
A/R Account Receivable - compte recevable
coordination of benefits (cob) claim - cession des bénéfices
Discount Plan - Plan de réduction
Insurance Plan - Plan d'assurance
Billing type - Type de facturation
walkout statement - ? Reçu ?
Balance - Solde
Déposit Slip - Bordereau de dépôt
Fee Schedule - Grille tarifaire
Dunning - Recouvrement
insurance subscriber - Souscripteur assurance
clearing house - ? Dentaide ?

Chart related

User related
Op Operator - Opérateur (utilisateur et non par fournisseur de soin)
Prov provider - Fournisseur (de soins)

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I've also created the official ACDQ medical history form, see the ACDQ_Forms.zip file. It's not easy to use due to the multiple small signature fields, but it's a start. I'll try to get my hand on a tablet to see if we should make the whole thing bigger.

So here we are. I'm planning to finish the translation by the end of May. Then I'm going to try a conversion from Dentitek, one of the 2 major dental software used in Quebec. If anyone wants to pitch in with ideas or better translations, feel free to share your thoughts!

edit : changing OP post title to fr-CA locale
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Re: fr-CA locale

Postby SGagne » Tue Jan 30, 2018 9:31 pm

Korack, did you have any success with your test migration from Dentitek?

We are also considering moving from Dentitek to OpenDental as soon as RAMQ and ACDQ are supported.

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Re: fr-CA locale

Postby gitter » Wed Jan 31, 2018 2:08 am

Hello SGagne,

we are using the new RAMQ FactureAct besides Open Dental (few % of total prod.)

Remaining insurance transmission through iTrans (included in CDA membership), which is very reliable.

good luck
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Re: fr-CA locale

Postby Korack » Wed Jan 31, 2018 12:14 pm

We're still using Dentitek at the office, we just paid the yearly support cost so the move is kind of postponed as I haven't had the time to work on the translation and to complete it.

If you call Open Dental though I'm pretty sure they'd be able to extract the data themselves, I've got a way in the DB if they need help with it, I'll be glad to assist !

And as Gitter said, the RAMQ portal on their website works very well, it's not ideal as it's not integrated like Dentitek does, but it gets the job done easily.
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