About the Language Forge Category

Language Forge is an online collaborative dictionary editor that syncs with FLEx. It looks good on mobile devices, features collaboration, commenting and review, user roles and handles a variety of lexical fields. Ask a Question or Get Started.

Language Forge Links

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What Belongs Here

This forum is a place where we can help and encourage each other with everything related to Language Forge.

Bugs

If you use Language Forge and would like to file a bug report or give us feedback, you can do that in one of several ways:

Participating via email

To start a new topic via email, email to software_community+languageforge@sil.org. You don’t even need to create an account first.

If you’d like to receive emails from these discussions, follow these steps on desktop. (You will need an account on this site.)

  1. Click on your user icon in the top right (your profile picture)
  2. Click twice on the preferences button (profile icon)
  3. Click on Preferences below that (gear icon)
  4. Click on Emails on the left.
  5. Pick the email settings you desire

If you are on mobile, follow these steps:

  1. Tap on your user icon in the top right (your profile picture)
  2. Tap on the profile icon
  3. Tap on Preferences below that (gear icon)
  4. Tap on the drop-down menu that reads, “Accounts”, and select Emails
  5. Pick the email settings you desire

About the “Resolved” tag

A post is generally marked as resolved once the issue has been solved, or when the post has gone inactive. In the case of feature requests, the post is marked as resolved once the feature request has been understood by the development team and has been dispositioned in their software development system. The feature request may or may not be implemented in the future.