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Owners of the pro version can add their Microsoft Translator API credentials to the app in order to receive automatic translations for status messages of self-specified providers.

Starting with v5.2, the app requires an API key from the Azure portal.

You can find instructions on how to obtain your personal key here: http://docs.microsofttranslator.com/text-translate.html

Please note that the free trial ends after 30 days after which you will need to choose a plan. You can keep using it free of charge by switching to the pay by usage plan though (provided that you stay in the free tier of the translate API and do not activate other services): https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/free/free-account-faq/
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Once I've registered for Azure and got set up at that end, it is not clear to me what information gets entered into your app in the Client ID and the Client secret sections. Can you please specify which bits of information get entered?
Please wait for the next update (v5.2) which I intend to release soon. The current version still uses the old credentials which would require you to register on a different site that will be discontinued at the end of the year.
can you guide me with stage 9?
what are the other sources i need to add?
im not a proggramer.
OK, here's what you need for step 9:
Account name: DeliveriesApp (or whatever you like)
API Type: Translator Text API
Pricing Tier: F0 Free
Resource Group: deliveries-app
Resource Group location: your region
WOW, Thank you.
It worked like magic.
I got two keys from Microsoft. Which one should I use ?
The translate setup instructions link is dead
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