A guest user is usually used by administrators for the anonymous mass audience that doesn't need an own account or a special configuration like language assignment etc. As a guest user you probably might want to
- see entries
- search for keys and entries
- browse through the files and
- download the files for use with your system.
That's why your administrator probably set your rights to just what you can see in this screenshot. You will not have access to it by yourself:
When logging into the system with this rights the first screen you will see is the dashboard that shows up all available languages and the status of their translations in absolute and in relative numbers. You can see also the user names of the translators working on their language.
However, on the left hand side of this page you will find the navigation - please choose here what to do next. In this tutorial, we will go through it step by step.
On this screen, you have several possibilities to filter and search for language keys ("keys") and key values ("translations").
Most likely, you will use more than one language file in your application, e.g. the language files for the front and and the administration panel could be different. Filter the translations by this templates.
Even more interesting is the option "Find untranslated keys in language" - it does what it says.
Of course, you can limit the entries per page and can switch between the pages.
In the table, you will find listed the file template (language file), the language key and the translation into several languages. As a guest user, you will not be able to edit either file templates, language keys or translation values.
On this page you can download the whole language pack including all languages for use with the installation of your translated application. The downloads shall be available in several different formats such as *.zip or *.tar.gz.
The file browser will let you have a look at the content of the files before you download them.