While I don’t anticipate being able to assist with cards written in languages other than English, I do look forward to more projects like this in English. I suspect it will be a popular type of project.
There’s quite a lot of postcards in that series in English. If you look at the URL:
You can change the number on the end to move through the range.
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Hi, I did just what you recommended, but it seems rather tiresome, plus I get several postcards again and again. Is there another way, maybe more systematic, to go through the cards?
Enjoying the translation. That said, I may have missed this but is there a way to rotate the postcards? That will make it much easier to translate.
Thank you kindly
This is brilliant!! Thanks for the speedy reply
The rotate button is great! Only when I click on overlay to get a closer look, the postcard is shown as before. Maybe it is possible to keep the rotated card?