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// Technical words such as "part of the <head>" are to be avoided at all costs. When they do occur, a rigorous description must always be trailing them, since translations are constantly being refined after being completed and even new ones are rarely translated in one go. Even the term "home page" is too technical (requires knowledge of common internet conventions) for the purposes of the project, as it is called "Play" on lichess.

// Contexts are to be kept as short as possible, while maintaining grammatical sense. Therefore, statements such as "This sentence is self-explanatory" have no place in the contexts.

// Contexts (as well as source strings) must have a strong sense of internal consistency, e.g. you should use "signed in" instead of "logged in" or "connected", if your button for accessing a user account says "Sign in" on it.

// There is no guideline on what pronoun to use when giving examples, but addressing the translator directly (the second person) is preferred. In synoptical descriptions, passive voice is preferred.

// Stylistically, the author of this document prefers WP:MOS. This style guide includes insightful guidelines about all aspects of the usage of the English language. For instance, it recommends against the usage of contractions (e.g. "It's" as opposed to "It is"). However, these guidelines are beyond the scope of this document.

Play with a friend=One of the 3 rectangular buttons on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/). This creates a unique URL that you can send to someone and play.

Invite a friend to play with you=The mouseover text of the "Play with a friend" button on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org).

Play with the machine=One of the 3 rectangular buttons on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/). Translate "machine" as "[chess] engine" if it sounds better in your language, omitting the word "chess".

Challenge the artificial intelligence=The mouseover text of "Play with the machine". "Challenge" here is used as a verb.

To invite someone to play, give this URL=This appears after you have created a game for a friend (through the "Play with a friend" menu). Feel free to translate "URL" as "address", or whatever is most familiar in your language.

Game Over=This appears in the right-hand side box when a game ends.

Waiting for opponent=Indicates you are waiting for an opponent to join your game. This appears after you have created a public game (through the "Create a game" menu).

Waiting=This appears in the challenges box, when you are waiting for the opponent the accept the challenge.

Your turn=This appears in the box while you are playing a game. It indicates it is your turn to play.

%s level %s=AI name and level, e.g. "Stockfish level 3". Note that the "Stockfish" part will always be first no matter where you place the %s, though you can rearrange them to e.g. "%s at %s levels", which would produce e.g. "Stockfish at 3 levels". Use the translation that sounds best in your language. Appears in the box on the left-hand side in the page of the game, and also on your profile, in the list of games.

Level=This appears in the "Play with the machine" menu (https://lichess.org/setup/ai) as a heading. Below it are skill levels (1 through 8) of the AI that you can play against.

Toggle the chat=Turns the chat room (or player chat) on or off. This is the mouseover text of the checkbox on the top-right of the chat box.

Toggle sound=Clicking this turns sound on or off. This is a button on the top-right hand corner of the screen. If you use the Internet Explorer browser, you may not be able to see this.

Resign=Clicking this makes you resign from the game. Small button in the box on the right while playing a game.

Checkmate=Appears in the box of a game if you end a game by checkmate.

Stalemate=If you do not know what this rule is, see https://www.chessvariants.org/d.chess/matefaq.html. Appears in the box of a game if you end a game by stalemate. Please use the official term used by your country's or locale's chess federation or club.

White=The mouseover text of the White King button in the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend") on the "Play" page.

Black=The mouseover text of the Black King button in the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend") on the "Play" page.

Random side=Makes Lichess randomly pick a side (White or Black) for you. The mouseover text of the large button in the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend") on the "Play" page.

Create a game=This button opens a menu (https://lichess.org/setup/hook) that lets you create a game that is listed in the list (or graph) of open games. It is one of the 3 rectangular buttons on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/).

White is victorious=Indicates the white player won the game. This appears in the top left box of a game, and also the player profile.

Black is victorious=Indicates the black player won the game. This appears in the top left box of a game, and also the player profile.

King in the center=Indicates that the game was won by the King being in one of the center tiles (King of the hill variant: https://lichess.org/king-of-the-hill).

Three checks=Indicates that the game was won by a player checking their opponent three times. Only for the Three-check variant.

Variant ending=Indicates that the game was won due to variant special rules. Shown when no more specialized message is available.

Play with the same opponent again=The mouseover text of "Rematch", a button that appears for players (not spectators) at the end of a game if they wish to play again.

New opponent=Clicking this takes you back to the "Play" page (https://lichess.org). This is a button that appears at the end of a game just below the "Rematch" button.

Play with another opponent=Clicking this takes you back to the "Play" page (https://lichess.org). This is one of the two buttons that appear when your opponent offers you a rematch.

Your opponent wants to play a new game with you=This sentence appears when your opponent offers you a rematch.

Join the game=Clicking this lets you join a new game against the same opponent. This is one of the two buttons that appear when your opponent offers you a rematch.

White to play=This is what a spectator sees in the right-hand box when watching a game and it is White's turn to play.

Black to play=This is what a spectator sees in the right-hand box when watching a game and it is Black's turn to play.

The other player may have left the game. You can claim victory, call the game a draw, or wait.=This appears after 3 minutes have elapsed with one player disconnected. Below it are two buttons: "Claim victory" and "Call draw".

Make your opponent resign=The mouseover text of "Claim victory". You do not have to translate it like this; you can translate to e.g. "Force victory", or whatever best explains the button in your language. Mouseover texts can be as long as you want, within reason.

Claim victory=Clicking this ends the game and grants you the win. One of the two buttons that appears when your opponent leaves the game.

Call draw=Clicking this draws the game. It is considered the more "chivalrous" option of the two. One of the two buttons that appears when your opponent leaves the game.

Talk in chat=This is the placeholder text (greyed-out text that disappears when you click) in the input box for the chat. Please keep it as short as possible.

The first person to come to this URL will play with you.=Informs you that Lichess waiting for your friend to visit the link. This appears at the top of the pane after you have created a game through the "Play with a friend" menu.

White creates the game=Informs that the White player created the game. This is a system message that appears in the chat box at the start of the game.

Black creates the game=Informs that the Black player created the game. This is a system message that appears in the chat box at the start of the game.

White joins the game=Informs that the White player joined the game. This is a system message that appears in the chat box at the start of the game.

Black joins the game=Informs that the Black player joined the game. This is a system message that appears in the chat box at the start of the game.

White resigned=This sentence appears in the right hand-side box in a game, the list of games on the profile, and also the left hand-side box in a game when the White player resigns from the game.

Black resigned=This sentence appears in the right hand-side box in a game, the list of games on the profile, and also the left hand-side box in a game when the Black player resigns from the game.

White left the game=This appears when the White player leaves the game either by aborting or by being absent for too long. It can found in the right hand-side box in a game, the list of games on the profile and also the left hand-side box in a game.

Black left the game=This sentence appears when the Black player leaves the game either by aborting or by being absent for too long. It can found in the right hand-side box in a game, the list of games on the profile and also the left hand-side box in a game.

Share this URL to let spectators see the game=The mouseover text of the link just below the board which you can send to people so they can watch the game.

You are viewing this game as a spectator=This appears in the top left box when you watch a game that is currently playing as a spectator.

Computer analysis=An automated analysis of a game performed by lichess. It provides an advantage charts and possible variation for a game. Appears as a tab below the chess board in replay and analysis views. Example: https://lichess.org/vyvcbk8s

Computer analysis in progress=This is the text in a new box that comes up once you have requested a computer analysis of a chess game.

The computer analysis has failed=This is an error message that appears when the computer analysis cannot be displayed for some reason. It appears the "Computer analysis" tab.

View the computer analysis=Clicking this button takes you to the computer analysis. The sentence appears only for the player that requested it, in the "Computer analysis" tab.

Request a computer analysis=Clicking this puts the game in the queue for computer analysis, which is usually completed within a minute. This is one of the actions below the board in the "Replay and analyse" view.

Blunders=This is one of the categories of problems discovered by the computer analysis. If no equivalent word exists, translate to "Serious mistakes".

Mistakes=This is one of the categories of problems discovered by the computer analysis. Appears on the right hand side of pages with analyzed games. Example: https://lichess.org/vyvcbk8s

Inaccuracies=The most minor of errors a player can make. This is one of the categories of problems discovered by the computer analysis.

Flip board=Clicking this flips the board upside-down. This sentence is one of the links in the box normally below the board.

Threefold repetition=This is one of the conditions by which a game ends. It appears on the box on the right-hand side of the screen. It also appears in player profiles. Please use the official term used by your country's or locale's chess federation or club.

Claim a draw=Clicking this draws the game. This a button that appears to players when threefold repetition occurs.

Offer draw=Clicking this send an offer to draw the game to your opponent. This is a small button in the right-hand side box.

Draw=This appears in various places, including players' profiles and the right-hand side boxes in individual games. It should be translated as a noun, NOT as a verb.

%s players=The %s is the counter of how many players are connected right now. This sentence is displayed at the top of every page on lichess.

Current games=This is a shorter phrase for "Games being played right now". It is what the link at the top that says "Games" links to (https://lichess.org/games). Please try to keep your translation as short as possible.

%s Games=%s here is the number of all the games ever played on Lichess. Links to https://lichess.org/games/all.

%s Checkmates=%s is the number of all the games that ended in checkmate on Lichess. Links to https://lichess.org/games/checkmate and is found on the left hand side of the "Games" pages.

%s Bookmarks=%s is the number of games you have bookmarked. Links to https://lichess.org/games/bookmark. It only appears to registered users that have bookmarked certain games. It displays a list of your bookmarked games.

%s Popular games=%s is the number of games with one or more bookmarks. Links to https://lichess.org/games/popular. It is a list of games bookmarked by many people.

%s Analysed games=%s is the number of games with a complete computer analysis. Links to https://lichess.org/games/analysed. It is a list of any game that has had a computer analysis performed on it.

Bookmarked by %s players=%s is the number of players. This appears above the bookmark star in a game that has been bookmarked. Example: https://lichess.org/analyse/vyvcbk8s

View in full size=Clicking one of these small boards brings you to the game's unique page. This is the mouseover text of the small chess boards dotted around the site. These small boards are most prominent in the "Games" pages (https://lichess.org/games).

Sign out=Clicking this signs you out of your lichess profile. This is part of the profile drop-down menu on the top of every page when you are signed in to an account.

Sign in=Clicking takes you to a form that allows you to sign into your lichess profile (account). This is a red-coloured button that appears at the navigation bar at the top when you are not signed in to an account, or playing anonymously. Please keep it as short as possible.

New to Lichess?=It is next to a button that allows you to register an account on the website. The translation should be friendly and inviting; free/loose translations are recommended for this sentence. This sentence appears on the "Sign in" page.

You need an account to do that=This error message appears when trying actions or going to pages that require being signed in with a user account.

Register=Clicking this allows you to register an account. Appears as a button on the "Sign in" page and the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training) when playing unregistered (encouraging the player to register an account with Lichess). It is recommended to translate this word as a verb.

Games=The page displays games currently being played and has links to various other tools on the site to find out about past games on lichess, such as a search engine that queries the database of games. "Games" is one of the links at the top of every page, so keep it as short as possible. Links to https://lichess.org/games

Forum=It is Lichess's webforum, where users can discuss various topics, chess-related or not. These are sometimes called "bulletin boards". "Forum" is one of the links at the top of every page, so keep it as short as possible. Links to https://lichess.org/forum

%s posted in topic %s=The first %s is the player's name and the second %s is the title of the topic in the forum. By "topic" here we mean a discussion, sometimes called a "thread" in this context. Appears in the activity timeline on the left-hand side of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) after you have started following a player.

Latest forum posts=A list of the most recent posts on the forum. Appears as a heading to a box near the bottom of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/).

Players=Some have been translating as "[Chess] Players". This is acceptable only if it is one word (e.g. "Szachiści" in Polish). Otherwise, keep just translate to "Players". This appears as one of the links on the navigation bar at the top of every page. Links to https://lichess.org/people

Minutes per side=This appears in all the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend") after you have ticked "Time control". Below it is a slider that lets you select how many minutes each player will have on their chess clock.

Variant=This appears in all the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend"). Below it is a selection of variants the player can choose from, such as Standard, Chess960, or King of the Hill.

Variants=This appears in the simul creation page (https://lichess.org/simul/new). Below it is a selection of variants the player can choose from, such as Standard, Chess960, or King of the Hill.

Time control=This sentence is a heading to time controls for the game. This appears in all the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend") that can be found on the "Play" page.

Correspondence=Correspondence chess is chess played over a long period of time, often with several days per move. This is one of three time control settings in the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend") on the "Play" page. Please do NOT translate literally; if your language does not have an equivalent, established term, translate to "long" games or something similar.

Real time=Real time chess is chess played over a short period of time, using a chess clock. This is one of three time control settings in the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend") on the "Play" page. Please do NOT translate literally; if your language does not have an equivalent, established term, translate to "quick" games or something similar.

Days per turn=This is a slider specifically for correspondence chess games. Appears in the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend") when you have selected the "Correspondence" time control.

One day=Means each turn may take up to one day. This appears next to the slider for the correspondence chess time control in the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend"). Please translate "one" as a word ("one"), not a number (not "1"). It also appears on the clock in correspondence chess games.

%s days=%s is maximum number of days for each turn. This appears next to the slider for the correspondence chess time control in the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend"). It also appears on the clock and information box in correspondence chess games. Please keep this sentence as short as possible.

%s hours=%s is number of hours. Used to display correspondence clocks.

Time=The time control for the game. This appears as a column heading in the table of games you can join on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/).

User name=The name you use to sign in, e.g. "thibault". Appears on the registration page (https://lichess.org/signup).

User name or email=The name or email you use to sign in, e.g. "thibault". Appears on the sign-in page.

Password=This is the password you must type to sign in to your profile. Appears on the sign-in, registration, tournament creation and "Preferences" pages. Please keep this sentence as short as possible. Next to the sentence is a box where you can type in your password.

Have an account?=This appears on the top-right of the registration page (https://lichess.org/signup -- must be signed out to see this). Next to it is a "sign in" button.

All you need is a user name and a password.=This appears in the registration page (https://lichess.org/signup -- must be signed out to see this). It explains the only two details a user needs to provide to have an account on Lichess.

Change password=This is a link in the preferences page to a menu that allows you to change your password (https://lichess.org/account/passwd).

Change email=Appears as a menu item and heading on the "Preferences" pages (https://lichess.org/account/email).

Email=Short for "Your email address", but please keep this sentence as short as possible. This appears above text boxes where you can type in your email, on the "Preferences" page.

Email is optional. Lichess will use your email address to reset your password if you forget it.=This is a help text, explaining how email works on lichess. Appears on the "Change email" page (https://lichess.org/account/email).

Password reset=Appears as a heading in the link you are given after you asked for an email to reset (change) your password if you have forgotten it.

Forgot password?=You click here if you forgot your password and want it reset. Please adopt an inviting tone to the user. Also see how other popular websites (e.g. YouTube) phrase the same question in your language. Appears on the "Sign in" page.

Learn more about Lichess=The mouseover text of the "Wiki" link at the footer (bottom) of every page on the website.

Rank=This sentence is not currently used on the site, but feel free to translate it.

Games played=Before it is the number of games the player has played. For example, https://lichess.org/@/thibault/ currently reads "2037 Games Played". Make sure you take the number that appears before this sentence into account when preparing your translation. This sentence appears as a tab on player profiles, just above the list of games.

%s games with you=%s is the number of games this player has played with you. This appears as a tab on the profile pages of people that you have played with. Try to keep it fairly short.

Decline invitation=Clicking this refuses the rematch proposed by the oopponent.

Cancel=This is a generic word that appears in a wide variety of places and is used to cancel actions of all sorts. It is recommended to translate it according to whatever your operating system (e.g. Microsoft Windows) uses for your language.

Time out=This is the condition of a game ending by time-out, which is when one player's clock runs out of time. This sentence appears in the list of games in the profile page and in the game view.

Draw offer sent=Informs that a draw offer has been sent. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Draw offer declined=Informs that the draw offer has been declined. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Draw offer accepted=Informs that a draw offer has been accepted. This is a system message that appears in the chat box. This ends the game.

Draw offer canceled=Informs that the player that sent the draw offer canceled it before his/her opponent responded. This is a system message that appears in the chat box

Your opponent offers a draw=This sentence appears in the right-hand side box while playing a game after your opponent offers you a draw.

Accept=Clicking this will accept your opponent's offer and let the action the opponent requested happen. A generic word that appears as a button when your opponent sends an offer to do something (such as a takeback or ending the game by draw). Please translate as a verb if possible.

Decline=Clicking this will reject your opponent's offer. A generic word that appears as a button when your opponent sends an offer to do something (such as a takeback or ending the game by draw). Please translate as a verb if possible.

Playing right now=This sentence indicates that the game you are looking at is playing right now. Appears on the "Tournaments" page (https://lichess.org/tournament) if any tournaments are currently being played, and also on the pages of individual games.

Finished=This is for tournaments. It means the tournament is over. Appears on individual tournament pages (e.g. https://lichess.org/tournament/67hj23c2) and also on the "Tournaments" page (https://lichess.org/tournament) to denote finished tournaments. Translate as plural; another sentence will be added at some point for individual tournament pages. // there should really be two words for this

Abort game=Clicking this aborts the game. This means that no points are won or lost. You can only perform this action until the second move of the game. It is NOT a resignation (which has a different sentence). Appears in the right-hand side box on the page of a game you are playing.

Game aborted=Indicates that the game has been aborted. Appears in the left and right hand side boxes, as well as in the games list, for aborted games. Note that aborted games are removed from the database after 48 hours.

Standard="Standard" here means "not a variant". Selecting this means you play international standard chess, not Chess960 or another variant. Appears in the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend") on the "Play" page.

Unlimited=This is short for "Unlimited time". It describes games that have no time controls and can therefore run for an infinite amount of time. This sentence appears in many locations, including game pages and the "Create a game" menu. Please keep this sentence as short as possible.

Mode="Mode" here is in the context of filtering between Casual (casual games are not rated) and Rated games. The sentence appears in the "Filter games" menu, which is just above the list of games on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/).

Casual="Casual" in this context means the game is unrated; players will not gain or lose points. Has been translated to "Friendly" (after the football term) and simply "Unrated" in some languages. Be creative. The sentence appears in the "Filter games" menu, which can be accessed through the "Play" page (https://lichess.org).

Rated="Rated" means that the outcome of the game will result in a gain or loss of rating points for either players. This sentence appears in a variety of places, including the pages of individual games (which are rated) and the "Filter games" page.

This game is rated="Rated" means that the outcome of the game will result in a gain or loss of rating points for either players. This sentence appears in profile page listings of games and games lists (e.g. https://lichess.org/games/all).

Rematch=Translated as a verb if possible. This is a button that appears at the end of a game in the right hand side box. Clicking it sends a rematch offer.

Rematch offer sent=Informs you that your offer of a rematch has been sent to your opponent. This is a system message that appears in the chat box, and also in the right-hand side box.

Rematch offer accepted=Informs that the rematch offer was accepted. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Rematch offer canceled=Informs that the rematch offer a player sent was canceled.This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Rematch offer declined=Informs that the rematch offer a player sent was declined.This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Cancel rematch offer=Clicking this cancels the rematch you offered. Obviously, this button appears after you have sent a rematch offer.

View rematch=A button that appears on game pages if the two players had a rematch. Example: https://lichess.org/rc7l3n66/black

Play=One of the four menu sections. Contains links to game creation, tournaments, simuls, and lichess TV. "Play" in this context is a verb.

Learn=One of the four menu sections. Contains links to training, openings, coordinates, and video library. "Learn" in this context is a verb.

Community=One of the four menu sections. Contains links to list of players, teams, forums, and Q&A.

Tools=One of the four menu sections. Contains links to board editor, analysis, import game, and advanced search.

Inbox=This is in the title for the "Inbox" page (https://lichess.org/inbox) that you can go to by clicking the mail link at the top when you are signed in. The translation should match whatever is used for popular email clients such as GMail and Outlook in your language.

Chat room=The chat function for one-to-one chat. A box on the left-hand side on games pages. Appears only in games you are in, not games you are spectating.

Spectator room=The chat room for spectators. Appears in a box to the left-hand side on analysis pages, as well as games pages while the game is playing. Example: https://lichess.org/vyvcbk8s

Chat=Start a conversation with a player. Appears in the user tooltip when hovering a user name.

Please be nice in the chat!=Chat input placeholder, encouraging players to behave. Visible in every chat, like on https://lichess.org/tournament/summer15. Keep it short so it fits in the input box.

Compose message=Another word for this could be "Create message". This is a link on the left-hand side of https://lichess.org/inbox. Please follow the standard set by popular email clients such as GMail or Outlook in translating this sentence.

No new messages=This is the text that appears when you mouseover the mail icon at the top, but have no new messages to read.

Subject=Next to this is the field where you put in a few words about the subject, or topic, of your message. It appears on the page on which you can compose a new message. (https://lichess.org/inbox/new)

Recipient=Next to this is a field where you can input the name of the player that receives this message.

Send=This is the button you use to send messages in the compose message page. (https://lichess.org/inbox/new)

Increment in seconds=Increment in this context means how many seconds are added every time you make a move. So if you set time to 5 minutes and increment in seconds to 2, it would be a "5+2" game. This means that each player would have 5 minutes on the clock, and every time the player makes a move, 2 seconds are added. Appears in the game creation menus (e.g. "Create a game", "Play with a friend") on the "Play" page with the "Clock" time control.

Free Online Chess=This sentence appears in the title of every page e.g. "lichess • Free Online Chess" on the "Play" page as it appears in the English version. This means it shows up as the title of browser windows and tabs. Technical information: by title here we are literally referring to the HTML

tag that carries this.

Spectators:="Spectators:" precedes a list of spectators. It appears just below the chat box on any game that is being spectated, such as the games on Lichess TV (https://lichess.org/tv).

%s wins=This appears as a clickable tab in player profiles. The %s is the number of games won.

%s losses=This appears as a clickable tab in player profiles. The %s is the number of games lost.

%s draws=This appears as a clickable tab in player profiles. The %s is the number of games that ended in draw.

Export games=This function lets you download a table of all your games in CSV format. The button in question is a folder with an arrow pointing downwards overlayed on it. It can be seen at profile pages, e.g. https://lichess.org/@/thibault.

Rating range=Below this is a slider that lets you choose the accepted player ratings. The sentence appears in the "Create a game" (https://lichess.org/setup/hook) and "Filter games" menus. Please do NOT translate "rating" to "Elo", because lichess has been using the superior Glicko-2 rating system since late 2013.

Give %s seconds=%s here is the number of seconds, usually 15. This is the mouseover text of the "+" button that appears next to players' names in timed matches. Clicking it adds "%s" seconds to the player's clock.

Premove enabled - Click anywhere to cancel=A premove is when you set up a move before it is your turn to play. You can make one by clicking on your piece and then clicking on a position it could go to. As the sentence suggests, clicking anywhere prevents the premove from being executed. Translate premove to whatever sounds best in your language; for example, this is translated to "pre-selection" in some languages.

This player uses chess computer assistance=Appears in a red box on player profiles that have been marked as cheater accounts by the site moderators. An example is https://lichess.org/@/ko1.

Opening=The chess opening used in the game. It appears beneath the move list on the right hand side of games, like so: https://lichess.org/analyse/vyvcbk8s. This appears in the "Replay and analyse" view.

Takeback=This is an action you can take in-game that undoes a move. Clicking it sends an offer to your opponent. Appears in the box on right right-hand side. Translate freely, but keep it short. For instance, this has been translated to "Cancel move" in several languages.

Propose a takeback=The mouseover text of "Takeback". See its description for details.

Takeback proposition sent=Informs the player that a takeback proposition has been sent. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Takeback proposition declined=Informs the player that the takeback proposition was declined. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Takeback proposition accepted=Informs the player that a takeback proposition was accepted. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Takeback proposition canceled=Informs the player that a takeback proposition was canceled. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Your opponent proposes a takeback=Appears on the right-hand side box while playing a game. Below it are two buttons that allow you to either accept or decline the takeback proposal.

Bookmark this game=The mouseover text of the bookmark button (a star-shaped symbol — ★). Appears on the pages of individual games. Example: https://lichess.org/vyvcbk8s

Toggle background color=This sentence is not currently used on the site, but feel free to translate it.

Search=This is the placeholder text (greyed-out text that disappears when you click) for the search box on the forum page (https://lichess.org/forum). Should be translated as a verb if possible. Do not make it too long because it may not fit in the box.

Advanced search=A powerful search engine that searches games in the database. Appears as a heading on the advanced search function's page, in the "Games" pages. Should be translated as a noun. Link: https://lichess.org/games/search

Tournament=Clicking this takes you to the page of the tournament. Appears on the lists of games on player profiles, for games that were played as part of a tournament on Lichess.

Tournaments=Clicking this takes you to a page all about tournaments on lichess, where you can see open, running and finished tournaments, as well as create your own. Appears as one of the links at the top of the navigation bar. Links to https://lichess.org/tournament

Tournament points=The number of points the player has gained in tournament games. Could be translated as "points from tournaments", but please keep it as short as possible. Appears on profile pages. Example: https://lichess.org/@/thibault — Thibault has 40 tournament points as of the time of writing.

View tournament=Clicking this button takes you to the tournament overview page. Can also be translated to "Watch tournament" (watch being a verb). Appears when you are watching a game that is part of a tournament. This button only appears when watching a tournament game when the tournament is still running.

Return to tournament=Clicking this takes you back to the running tournament. Appears as a button when you finish a tournament game. Can also be translated to "Back to the tournament".

Return to game=Clicking this takes you back to the running game Appears as a button when you are analysing an ongoing game. Can also be translated to "Back to the game".

%s tournament=%s is the name of the tournament. The name is created randomly from common English surnames, such as "Smith". Appears only on the tournaments page (https://lichess.org/tournament), not the "Play" page, so you can make this longer than usual if you can justify it.

Free online Chess server. Play Chess now in a clean interface. No registration, no ads, no plugin required. Play Chess with the computer, friends or random opponents.=This is what search engines (like Google, Baidu or Yandex) see when Lichess.org appears as a search result. Keep it as short as possible and make Lichess sound good!

Teams=Teams on lichess are groups of people with their own forum boards and chat channels. Appears at the top of every page on lichess.

%s members=%s is the number of members. Appears on the top-right hand side on a team's page (e.g. https://lichess.org/team/linux).

All teams=A list of all teams on lichess. Links to https://lichess.org/team. Appears as a tab in the "Teams" page.

New team=Clicking this takes you to a form for creating a new team. Links to https://lichess.org/team/new. Appears as a tab on the "Teams" pages.

My teams=A list of the teams you are a member of. Links to: https://lichess.org/team/me. Appears as a tab in the "Teams" pages after you have joined a team.

No team found=Appears when you are not a member of any team on https://lichess.org/team/me.

Join team=Clicking this button makes you join the team you are looking at. Appears on the pages of teams (such as https://lichess.org/team/linux).

Leave team=Clicking this button makes you leave the team. Appears on the pages of teams (such as https://lichess.org/team/linux).

Free for all=This is the joining policy of a team that has no application or invitation process; "free for all" means anyone can join it, without an application process of any sort.

A confirmation is required to join=Means that the team leader must confirm every player's application to join the team. Appears as an option on the new team creation page (https://lichess.org/team/new).

Joining policy=This determines how players can join the team: by application or without restrictions. Appears on the new team creation page (https://lichess.org/team/new).

Team leader=Shows who the leader of the team is (usually its creator). Appears on team pages. Example: https://lichess.org/team/linux — "untitled" is the leader of the team.

Best players=This is for teams. It is a listing of the best players in the team. It appears on the left-hand side of any team's page. Example https://lichess.org/team/saloon

Recent members=This is for teams. It is a listing of all players in the team sorted by who joined most recently. It appears on the left-hand side of any team's page (e.g. https://lichess.org/team/saloon).

%s joined team %s=The first %s is the name of the player, and the second %s is the team the player joined. Appears in the activity timeline on the left-hand side of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) after you have started following a player.

%s created team %s=The first %s is the name of the player, and the second %s is the team the player created. Appears in the activity timeline on the left-hand side of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) after you have started following a player.

Average rating=This is the mean average rating of all players in the team. Appears on the information box on team pages. Example: https://lichess.org/team/linux

Location=This is before an input box that lets you write where you are located (a city, town, or whatever you want to write in it). Appears in the "Edit profile" page (https://lichess.org/account/profile).

Settings=Appears in the profile dropdown on the top-right of every page, and also as a heading. Please keep it short. Links to the settings page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Filter games=Clicking this opens a menu that lets you define criteria by which you can filter games in the game list. This appears above and to the right of the game list on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/). Note that "filter" does not necessarily mean "reduce". It is recommended to translate this as search engines such as Google Search, Yandex or Baidu do.

Reset=Clicking it resets all options back to their defaults. Appears in the "Filter games" sub-menu and your profile configuration (https://lichess.org/account/profile).

Apply=Clicking this applies the game filtering rules that the player has chosen. Appears in the "Filter games" sub-menu, which in turn appears on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/).

Leaderboard=A table of the best players on Lichess. Appears on the "Players" page (https://lichess.org/people). Could be translated as "Score table" or even "Best players" (though it is recommended to avoid this) if your language has no equivalent.

Paste the FEN text here=This is the placeholder text (greyed-out text that disappears when you click) for FEN pasting, so you can play a game from a certain position against the computer. Appears in the "Play with the computer" menu (https://lichess.org/setup/ai).

Paste the PGN text here=This is the placeholder text (greyed-out text that disappears when you click) for importing games stored in PGN files. Appears in the "Import game" menu (https://lichess.org/paste).

From position="From position" means the game was started from a board set up in a non-standard way. Typically used to continue games. Appears on the pages of games started from position, as well as games lists on player profiles. Example: https://lichess.org/JHFiNdy2/black

Continue from here=Clicking this lets you continue the game from that position against the AI, or a friend. Appears as a button with two crossed swords on it, just below the board on game pages. Example: https://lichess.org/vyvcbk8s — click on any move, then click the "Continue from here" button.

Import game=This form lets you paste a PGN (Portable Game Notation), which imports the game into lichess. Links to https://lichess.org/paste. Appears as a tab in the "Games" pages.

%s Imported games=%s is the number of games imported into the Lichess database using the "Import games" tool. Links to https://lichess.org/games/imported and is found on the left hand side of the "Games" pages.

This is a chess CAPTCHA.=A "CAPTCHA" is, in short, a test to see if the user is human or a bot. You have probably comes across them before; they usually involve putting in a word or answering a question that only a human would know the answer to. CAPTCHAs appear before registering and when posting on the forum.

Click on the board to make your move, and prove you are human.=Informs the player on how to complete the CAPTCHA test. Appears next to the chess CAPTCHA. CAPTCHAs appear before registering and when posting on the forum.

Not a checkmate=Appears next to the chess CAPTCHA when you make a wrong move. CAPTCHAs appear before registering and when posting on the forum.

%s plays; checkmate in one move=%s is the side that you are playing. Appears next to the chess CAPTCHA. CAPTCHAs appear before registering and when posting on the forum.

Retry=Clicking this clears the board and lets you try again. Appears as a button when you get a chess CAPTCHA wrong. CAPTCHAs appear before registering and when posting on the forum.

Reconnecting=Informs the player that lichess is in the process of re-establishing a connection. Appears at the top of the page in red colour when lichess loses connection.

Online friends=Appears as a heading for the friends box on the bottom-right hand corner of the screen; it is a list of friends that are on lichess right now. Translate simply as "Friends" if no good-sounding equivalent to "Online friends" or "Connected friends" exists in your language.

No friends online=Informs you that none of your friends are on lichess right now. Appears when the friends box is raised on the bottom-right hand corner of the page.

Find friends=Clicking on this takes you to a page that suggests players that could be made friends based on how many times you have played with them. Appears as a button when you hover the mouse cursor over the friends box (when raised) on the bottom-right hand corner of the page, when none of your friends are online. Also appears as a heading on the page with suggested friends. Example: these are Thibault's suggested friends: https://lichess.org/@/thibault/suggestions

Favorite opponents=The players you play most against. Appears in profile pages and leads to a table of favorite opponents. Example https://lichess.org/@/thibault/opponents — this lists the players Thibault plays most against.

Follow=Clicking this lets you follow the player and find out what they have been up doing around lichess through the activity timeline. Appears as a mouseover text of the thumbs up symbol, which in turn appears on profile pages and player name information boxes. It is recommended to use the translation for this on Twitter, where the words were taken from in the interests of familiarity. Should be translated as a verb.

Following=Indicates that you are following the player. Replaces the "Follow" button, which appears on profile pages and in popups over player names. It is recommended to use the same translation for this as the one on Twitter, where the words were taken from in the interests of familiarity.

Unfollow=Clicking this makes you stop following that player. Appears when you hover the mouse cursor over the "Following" button, after you have followed the player. It is recommended to use the same translation for this as the one on Twitter, where the words were taken from in the interests of familiarity. Should be translated as a verb if possible.

Block=Clicking this blocks the user, which prevents you from challenging them to games and talking to them privately, among other things. Appears in profile pages and popups over players' names. Should be translated as a verb.

Blocked=Indicates that you have blocked the player. Replaces the "Block" button, which appears in profile pages and popups over players' names.

Unblock=Appears when you hover the mouse cursor over the "Blocked" button, after you have blocked the player. Should be translated as a verb if possible.

Follows you=Indicates that this player is following you. Appears on the informative popups that appear when you hover the mouse cursor over players' names.

%s started following %s=The two %s's are players' names. The first %s is the name of the follower, and the second %s is the name of the followed. Appears in the activity timeline on the left-hand side of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) after you have started following a player.

%s followers=%s is the number of people that follow this player. Example: https://lichess.org/@/thibault — as of the time of writing, Thibault has 263 people following him.

%s following=%s is the number of players this player is following. Example: https://lichess.org/@/thibault — as of the time of writing, Thibault is following 81 players.

More=Generic message that lets you view more. Appears on the left-hand side of https://lichess.org/people, which lets you view a list of connected players. Also appears on the activity timeline on the left-hand side of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) if there are too many messages in the timeline. "More" may be used in other places around Lichess in the future, so please make your translation as generic as possible.

Member since=Tells how long the player has been a member of lichess. Appears on profile pages. For example, https://lichess.org/@/thibault has been a member since 2010-11-22.

Active %s=The last time a player was seen on the site; %s is a duration. Appears on profile pages. Example: https://lichess.org/@/thibault — "Active 4 minutes ago" (as of the time of writing).

Challenge to a game=Clicking this lets you ask the player to play a game with you, and takes you to the game set-up view. Appears on profile pages and popups over player names as a mouseover text for the crossed swords symbol. Please translate "Challenge" as a verb if possible. Example. https://lichess.org/@/thibault.

Player=Clicking on this lets you sort the list of games by player names. Appears as a column heading in the list of open games on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/).

List=This is one of the two ways of sorting open games on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/). Clicking it presents all games you can join in a list format.

Graph=This is one of the two ways of sorting open games on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/). Clicking it presents all games you can join on a graph, with x (time) and y (player rating) axes.

Less than %s minutes=%s is the number of minutes. Ticking this checkbox means that games that last less than 3 minutes will show up in the list of games. The sentence appears in the "Filter games" menu, which can be accessed through the "Play" page (https://lichess.org).

%s to %s minutes=%s, in both cases, is the number of minutes. Ticking this checkbox means that games that last certain predefined amounts (e.g. Blitz is 3 to 8 minutes) will show up in the list of games. The sentence appears in the "Filter games" menu, which can be accessed through the "Play" page (https://lichess.org).

Text is too short.=Error message that indicates the text put in the form is too short. Appears in forms around the site of all kinds, including registration and team creation.

Text is too long.=Error message that indicates the text put in the form is too long. Appears in forms around the site of all kinds, including registration and team creation.

Required.=Error message that indicates that some required text fields in the form were not filled in. Appears in forms around the site of all kinds, including registration and team creation.

Add to Chrome=Links to the app for Lichess on the Chrome Web Store (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chess/kiefmccciemniajdkgikpnocipidaaeg). This button appears only if you are using the Google Chrome web browser, at the footer (bottom) of every page.

Open tournaments="Open" here means you can join the tournament. Below it is a list of tournaments you are able to join. Appears as a heading on https://lichess.org/tournament and also on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/)

Duration=Length of the tournament in minutes. Appears on the left-hand side box on the pages of tournaments. Example: https://lichess.org/tournament/67hj23c2

Winner=Indicates the player won the tournament. This is the mouseover text of the trophy icon on tournaments pages. Example: https://lichess.org/tournament/67hj23c2

Standing=Shows the order of the players in a tournament, ordered by their score. Could be translated as "position" or "score" if your language has no equivalent. Appears in the left-most column on the pages of individual tournaments. Example: https://lichess.org/tournament/67hj23c2

Create a new tournament=Clicking this lets you create a new tournament. Appears as a heading and a button on the tournament creation page, among other places. Links to https://lichess.org/tournament/new.

Join=Clicking this lets you enter the tournament. This button is found on the "Play" (https://lichess.org) and "Tournaments" (https://lichess.org/tournament) pages.

Withdraw=Clicking this makes you withdraw from (leave) the tournament you have entered. Appears on the tournament page after you have entered it.

Points=The number of points the player has attained in this tournament. Appears as a column heading on tournament pages. Example: https://lichess.org/tournament/67hj23c2

Wins=The number of games the player has won in this tournament. Appears as a column heading on tournament pages. Example: https://lichess.org/tournament/67hj23c2

Losses=The number of games the player has lost in this tournament. Appears as a column heading on tournament pages. Example: https://lichess.org/tournament/67hj23c2

Win streak=The number of games the player won consecutively without losing. Appears as a column heading on tournament pages. Example: https://lichess.org/tournament/67hj23c2 — Thibault won all 6 games in a row, jordach 3 and graphitemaster 2.

Created by=This appears in a box on the top-left hand corner of tournament pages. The sentence is followed by the name of the player that created it. Example: https://lichess.org/tournament/gwlomxqd — "Created by thibault".

Waiting for %s players=%s is the number of players. Indicates that more players are needed to start the tournament. This sentence appears on the pages of tournaments that have not started yet.

The tournament is starting=Appears as a pop-up when the tournament you have joined is about to start.

Members only=Ticking this checkbox makes the game so only lichess members can join it. Appears in the game creation menu (https://lichess.org/setup/hook).

Board editor=The board editor lets you prepare a chess board and play from the position you set up. Appears as a heading on the editor page, and also as a tab in the "Games" pages. Links to https://lichess.org/editor

Starting position=Clicking this resets the state of the board to the starting position in standard chess. Being a board editor feature, it appears on the board editor's page — https://lichess.org/editor

Clear board=Clicking this removes all the pieces from the chess board you are setting up. Being a board editor feature, it appears on the board editor's page — https://lichess.org/editor

Save position=This sentence is not currently used on the site, but feel free to translate it

Load position=Clicking this opens a form that lets you paste a FEN text (FEN is a notation system used to store precise positions on a board). Being a board editor feature, it appears on the board editor's page — https://lichess.org/editor

Private=Means the tournament you are looking at is protected with a password. Appears in the information box on the tournament's page. Example: https://lichess.org/tournament/67hj23c2

Report %s to moderators=%s is the name of the player. Clicking this will take you to a form where you can report the player for things like cheating and trolling. Appears on player profiles.

Profile=Links to your player profile (account). Appears in the drop-down menu for your name at the navigation bar on the top of every page on lichess.

Edit profile=Clicking this lets you edit the information about you displayed on your player profile. Appears on your profile page and also as a heading and tab on the preferences configuration pages. Links to https://lichess.org/account/profile

Given name=Also known as a "first name", "forename" or even "Christian name" in some countries. This sentence appears in the "Edit profile" menu (https://lichess.org/account/profile). Translate to whatever best describes this in your language or culture.

Last name=Also known as "surname" or "family name". You put in your last name in this field, which will in turn appear on your profile page. This sentence appears in the "Edit profile" menu (https://lichess.org/account/profile). Translate to whatever best describes this in your language or culture.

Biography=This is next to a text field where you can write anything you wish to describe yourself. For example, https://lichess.org/@/thibault reads "I write bugs for lichess.org". This sentence appears in the "Edit profile" menu (https://lichess.org/account/profile).

Country=This is a field for the country you are located at. Appears on player profiles (example: https://lichess.org/@/thibault). The sentence appears in the "Edit profile" menu (https://lichess.org/account/profile).

Preferences=Lets you configure lichess so it responds the way you prefer. Appears in the profile drop-down menu at the top of all pages when signed in. Links to https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Watch Lichess TV=Clicking this take you to the TV page, where you can watch the current game being aired on lichess TV. Appears on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) below the miniboard showing the current TV game, as well as appearing as a tab on the "Games" pages (https://lichess.org/games). Links to https://lichess.org/tv — the TV page. Please keep this sentence as short as possible.

Previously on Lichess TV=A list of games that were aired on lichess TV before. Appears as a heading to a box below the board on the TV page (https://lichess.org/tv).

Online players=A list of players that are connected right now. Appears as a heading on https://lichess.org/people

Active today=A list of players ordered by how many games they played today. Appears as a heading on the "Players" page (https://lichess.org/people).

Active this week=A list of players ordered by how many games they have played over the last 7 days. Appears as a heading on the "Players" page (https://lichess.org/people).

Active players=A list of players ordered by how many games they have played over the last 30 days. Appears as a heading on the "Players" page (https://lichess.org/people).

Best bullet players=A list of the best bullet players. "Bullet" refers to games that are less than 3 minutes in length. Appears as a heading on the "Players" page (https://lichess.org/people). The word "bullet" should NOT be translated unless your country's or locale's chess federation has a name for it in your language.

Best blitz players=A list of the best blitz players. "Blitz" refers to games that are 3 to 8 minutes in length. Appears as a heading on the "Players" page (https://lichess.org/people). The word "blitz" should NOT be translated unless your country's or locale's chess federation has a name for it in your language.

Best slow players=A list of the best slow players. "Slow" refers to games that are 8 to 20 minutes in length. Appears as a heading on the "Players" page (https://lichess.org/people). The word "slow" should NOT be translated unless your country's or locale's chess federation has a name for it in your language.

Beware, the game is rated but has no clock!=Warning message that appears when you are about to join a game of unlimited time. This is only for games created via the "Play with a friend" menu (https://lichess.org/setup/friend), as creating public rated games with no time control is not allowed.

Move times=Time spent on each move by the players. Appears as a tab in the "Replay and analyse" view, below the chess board. Example: https://lichess.org/6iaj1eh0

Training=A page that offers chess puzzles. These help you improve how you play chess. Could also be translated as "Practise" (verb) or a similar word. This appears as one of the links on the navigation bar at the top of every page, so it should be kept as short as possible. Links to https://lichess.org/training

Your puzzle rating: %s=%s is your numerical puzzle rating. Appears in a box left of the board on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training), above the graph.

Find the best move for white.=Informs the player what side they are playing. Appears on the right-hand side of the puzzle trainer, on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training).

Find the best move for black.=Informs the player what side they are playing. Appears on the right-hand side of the puzzle trainer, on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training).

To track your progress:=Encourages the player to register. Below this message is a "Register" button. Appears in a box left of the board on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training) when trying puzzles and not being signed in.

Lichess will provide puzzles that match your ability, making for better training sessions.=Encourages the player to register an account to enjoy Lichess's "Training" feature more. Appears below the "Register" button when doing chess puzzles without being logged in, in a box left of the board on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training).

Recently played puzzles=A list of your last-played puzzles. Appears as a heading below the board on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training). Do NOT translate "played" as "finished", because that implies success at the puzzles, which is not always the case.

Puzzle %s=%s is the number of the puzzle. This means the way it appears on the site will be something like "Puzzle 5705". Appears on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training).

Puzzle of the day=A random chess puzzle presented on right-hand side the "Play" page (https://lichess.org). As the name suggests, there is a different puzzle every day.

Click to solve=The mouseover text of the chess board for the puzzle of the day on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org).

Good move=Informs the player that they played a good move, but not the best they could make. Appears in a green box on the left-hand side of the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training), in reference to the chess puzzle you are currently playing. Keep your translation short, as a longer sentence (also translatable) just below this one informs them it is not the best move they could play.

But you can do better.=Informs you that your move was good, but not the best move possible. "But there is a better move" is an alternate way to translate this. Appears in a green box left of the board on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/), just below the "Good move" sentence. It is used in reference to the chess puzzle you are currently playing.

Best move!=Informs the player that the move they just played is the best they could possibly play. Appears in a green box on the left-hand side "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training) while playing a puzzle.

Keep going…=Informs you that the puzzle is not yet finished. Appears just below "Best move!" in a green box on the left of the board on the Training page (https://lichess.org/training), after you have made the best possible move.

Puzzle failed=Informs you that you lost the puzzle. Appears in a red box left of the board on the Training page (https://lichess.org/training) when you fail the puzzle by making a wrong move. Could also be translated as "You have failed the puzzle", if it is short enough and sounds better.

But you can keep trying.=Informs you that the fact you failed the puzzle (again) does not mean you have given up. Appears in a red box left of the board on the Training page (https://lichess.org/training) when you are retrying a puzzle you have already failed… and fail it again.

Victory!=Informs the player that they completed the puzzle successfully. Appears in a green box left of the board on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training) when you beat a puzzle. Can also be translated as "Success!", but we found "Victory!" to sound more romantic/heroic.

Give up=Clicking this lets you go to the next puzzle and to the replay screen. It counts as failing the puzzle. Appears as a button in the box on the right of the board on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training) while you are playing the puzzle.

Puzzle solved in %s seconds.=%s is the number of seconds it took you to solve the chess puzzle. Appears in the box left of the board on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training). You can address the player directly here, so something like "You solved the puzzle in %s seconds" is acceptable if it is kept short enough.

Was this puzzle any good?=Poses a question to the user on whether the chess puzzle they just played was good or not. This is intended to entice players to vote, so please be encouraging in tone. This message appears occasionally on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training), after a player has played several puzzles without voting. An alternate way to phrase this sentence could be "How did you find this puzzle?".

Help lichess improve by voting, using the up or down arrow:=Inform the player why they should vote, and how to vote. Appears above a box with two buttons that you can use to vote on whether the puzzle was good or bad. This message appears occasionally on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training), after a player has played several puzzles without voting. You can phrase the first part as "Improve lichess by voting", if that helps.

Thank you!=Politely thanks the players for voting. Appears on the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training) after voting for a puzzle. Also, a page thanking all contributors of Lichess. Appears on the footer of the menu page. Links to https://lichess.org/thanks . Please use the polite version of "Thank you" in your language.

Rating: %s=%s is the numerical rating and rating deviation for the puzzle. This is the rating of individual chess puzzles in the "Training" pages (https://lichess.org/training/5705). Appears on the right-hand side box after you have succeeded at or failed at the puzzle. Note that this is the rating of the puzzle, NOT the player.

Played %s times=%s is the number of times this puzzle has been played. Appears in the box on the right-hand side the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training/) after you have succeeded at or failed the puzzle.

From game %s=%s is the name of the game. Appears as a button title at the bottom of the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training/) after you have succeeded or failed at the puzzle.

Start training=Clicking this takes you to a new puzzle. Only happens for links to individual puzzles, e.g. https://lichess.org/training/6958. Appears as a button underneath the box on the right hand side after you have succeeded or failed at the puzzle. "Training" should be translated as a verb, or as "[the process of] training" for this sentence.

Continue training=Clicking this takes you to a new puzzle. Appears as a button underneath the box on the right hand side of the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training/) after you have succeeded or failed at the puzzle. "Training" should be translated as a verb, or as "[the process of] training" for this sentence.

Retry this puzzle=Clicking this lets you try the same the puzzle again. Appears just below the box on the right-hand side of the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training/) after you have failed the puzzle.

This puzzle is correct and interesting=The mouseover text of the upwards-pointing triangle (▴), which is a positive vote (+1) for a puzzle. Appears in the box on the right-hand side of the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training/) after you have succeeded or failed at the puzzle.

This puzzle is wrong or boring=The mouseover text of the downwards-pointing triangle (▾), which is a negative (-1) vote for a puzzle. Appears in the box on the right-hand side of the "Training" page (https://lichess.org/training/) after you have succeeded or failed at the puzzle.

Computers and computer-assisted players are not allowed to play. Please do not get assistance from chess engines, databases, or from other players while playing. Also note that making multiple accounts is strongly discouraged and excessive multi-accounting will lead to being banned.=The text users read when creating an account. Appears in the registration (new account) form (https://lichess.org/signup).

You have %s seconds to make your first move!=Explains the rule for the pools feature. If you do not play in the first, say, 30 seconds, you automatically resign the game. Appears when playing a game in a pool, such as https://lichess.org/pool/3-0

%s games in play=%s is the number of games. Appears below the title of "lichess.org" on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org). Could be translated as "%s games being played".

Analysis board=Button that leads to analysis page. Appears only on your own games, after they have finished.

White offers draw=Informs that the White player wants to draw the game. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Black offers draw=Informs that the Black player wants to draw the game. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

White declines draw=Informs that the White player declined Black's offer to draw the game. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Black declines draw=Informs that the Black player declined White's offer to draw the game. This is a system message that appears in the chat box.

Auto switch=Short for "automatically switch [to the next game]". A toggleable button that appears below the board when playing multiple games. It makes lichess switch to the next game you are playing automatically for you. When enabled: in correspondence, it cycles through your current games; in simuls, it quickly switches game, focusing on urgent ones. Please keep this as short as possible, as it has an explanatory text that appears when you hover the mouse over.

Automatically proceed to next game after moving=Informs the player what the button does. This appears as the mouseover text of "Auto switch", a button that appears when you are playing more than one game. See the explanation for "Auto switch" for more details.

Rating=The rating of the player (e.g. 1500). Appears on the lobby list on https://lichess.org/

Rating stats=Link to the rating distribution stats page (https://lichess.org/stat/rating/distribution/blitz), in the top menu, under "Community".

Opening %s=%s is the number of the opening training. This means the way it appears on the site will be something like "Opening 5705". Appears on the "Opening" page (https://lichess.org/training/opening).

Your opening rating: %s=%s is your numerical opening trainer rating. Appears in a box left of the board on the "Opening" page (https://lichess.org/training/opening), above the graph.

Find %s strong moves=Informs the player home many opening strong moves they have to find. Appears on the right-hand side when using the opening trainer, on the "Opening" page (https://lichess.org/training/opening).

This move gives your opponent the advantage=Informs you that you played a weak move on the opening trainer. Appears in a red box left of the board on the Opening page (https://lichess.org/training/opening).

Opening failed=Informs you that you lost the opening. Appears in a red box left of the board on the Training page (https://lichess.org/training) when the opening training completes with a loss. Could also be translated as "You have failed the opening", if it is short enough and sounds better.

Opening solved=Appears in the box left of the board on the "Opening" page (https://lichess.org/training/opening). You can address the player directly here, so something like "You solved the opening" is acceptable if it is kept short enough.

Recently played openings=A list of your last-played openings. Appears as a heading below the board on the "Opening" page (https://lichess.org/training/opening). Do NOT translate "played" as "finished", because that implies success at the openings, which is not always the case.

Puzzles=One of the 3 rectangular buttons on the "training" page (https://lichess.org/training). This chooses puzzles as your training type.

Coordinates=One of the 3 rectangular buttons on the "training" page (https://lichess.org/training). This chooses coordinates as your training type.

Openings=One of the 3 rectangular buttons on the "training" page (https://lichess.org/training). This chooses openings as your training type.

Latest updates=A list of the last blog updates. Appears as a heading to a box at the bottom of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/).

Tournament winners=A list of tournament winners. Appears on the "Play" page (https://lichess.org) as a heading to a box that contains a list of the recent winners.

Name=This appears in the form for creating a new team (https://lichess.org/team/new). You choose your team name in this field.

Description=This appears in the form for creating a new team (https://lichess.org/team/new). You can write a description for your team in this field.

No=Appears in the preferences page for multiple options (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

Yes=Appears in the preferences page for multiple options (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

Help:=Appears next to chess CAPTCHAs when signing up, posting on the forum and other actions with a link to the game it is referenced from.

Create a new topic=Click this button in the forum (https://lichess.org/forum/general-chess-discussion) to create a new topic.

Topics=Appears as a column in the forum and shows how many topics a category has (https://lichess.org/forum).

Posts=Appears in the forum and shows how many posts a category has (https://lichess.org/forum).

Last post=shows the time the most recent post was made. Appears in the forum (https://lichess.org/forum) as a column. Translation must be kept short.

Views=Appears in the forum and shows how many views a topic has (https://lichess.org/forum/general-chess-discussion).

Replies=Appears in the forum and shows how many replies a topic has (https://lichess.org/forum/general-chess-discussion).

Reply to this topic=The title over your message when posting in the forum.

Reply=The button at the bottom of a topic page. Click the button to reply to a topic.

Message=This is where you write your message for replying to a topic or creating a topic in the forum.

Create the topic=The button at the bottom of forum pages (https://lichess.org/forum/general-chess-discussion/form). Click it to create your topic.

Report a user=Appears as a heading for this form (https://lichess.org/report). Use this form to report a user.

User=To report a user, you need to write their name in this field (https://lichess.org/report).

Reason=Choose a reason for reporting a user (https://lichess.org/report).

What's the matter?=Default choice in drop-down menu that describes the options to choose from (https://lichess.org/report).

Cheat=Choose this option if a user cheated. Appears in the drop-down menu for reasons in the report form (https://lichess.org/report).

Insult=Choose this option if a user insulted you. Appears in the drop-down menu for reasons in the report form (https://lichess.org/report).

Troll=Choose this option if a user is trolling. Appears in the dropdown menu for reasons in the report form (https://lichess.org/report).

Other=Choose this option if you have another reason than the ones in the dropdown list. Appears in the drop-down menu for reasons in the report form(https://lichess.org/report).

Paste the link to the game(s) and explain what is wrong about this user behavior. Don't just say "they cheat", but tell us how you came to this conclusion. Your report will be processed faster if written in English.=Appears under the description box on the page for reporting a user (https://lichess.org/report).

by %s=The %s is the username of the poster in the forum. This is used in the "Last post" column (https://lichess.org/forum/general-chess-discussion).

This topic is now closed.=This sentence appears in the forum when a topic is closed.

Theming=Clicking this opens a menu that allows you to change the colour or texture of the chess board. This button that looks like an eye appears on the top bar in all the pages and it says "Theming" when you hover over it. You may also translate this to "Appearance".

Donate=Click this button (at the bottom of all pages) to make a donation.

Blog=Appears in the bottom left of any page and links to the blog.

Map=Appears in the bottom left of any page and redirects you to the world map where you can see real time chess moves. (https://lichess.org/world-map)

Real time world map of chess moves=This sentence appears when you hover over "Map" on the bottom left of any page. The link leads to https://lichess.org/world-map

Questions & Answers=Appears when you hover over "Q&A" (https://lichess.org/qa) at the bottom left on any page. Translate freely. If you cannot find a good translation, consider leaving this untranslated so another speaker of your language can look at it.

Notes=Appears on the left side while playing a game. You can type your private notes on the game in this tab.

Type private notes here=Click in the box to type your private notes. This is the placeholder text (greyed-out text that disappears when you click) for the "Notes" box on the left side while playing a game. Please use a verb and active voice to address the user in this sentence

Game display=The title on your account preferences page where you can change how the board and pieces are displayed, among other things (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

Piece animation=Here you can change the speed of your piece animation or select none (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

Material difference=Choose if you want to see the difference in material while playing a game. (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

Close account=Clicking this lets you close your account. Appears in the menu on the preferences page https://lichess.org/account/preferences and as a heading on the "Close account" page. Please do not translate to "delete account" unless you have to, as some data like the games you played on the site are retained.

Close your account=Appears as a heading on the page for closing your account https://lichess.org/account/close

Close my account=Your account gets removed when you click this button. Appears here https://lichess.org/account/close

I changed my mind, don't close my account=This sentence appears on the page for closing your account https://lichess.org/account/close. You can click this button if you do not want to close your account. When you click the button you will get redirected to your profile page.

Are you sure you want to close your account? Closing your account is a permanent decision. You will no longer be able to login, and your profile page will no longer be accessible.=These sentences appear under the heading on the page for closing your account https://lichess.org/account/close.

This account is closed.=This text appears after you have clicked the "Close my account" button. https://lichess.org/account/close

Invalid username or password=This text appears on the log in page when you enter the wrong username/password https://lichess.org/login

Email me a link=Click this button to reset your password https://lichess.org/password/reset

Current password=Appears on the page for changing your password https://lichess.org/account/passwd. Write your current password in this field.

New password=Appears on the page for changing your password https://lichess.org/account/passwd. Write your new password in this field.

New password (again)=Appears on the page for changing your password https://lichess.org/account/passwd. Write your new password again in this field. If "again" does not sound good in your language, consider translating to something like "confirm", but please keep it short and simple.

Board highlights (last move and check)=Choose if you want to see highlights, on the game board, for last move and check. https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Piece destinations (valid moves and premoves)=Choose if you want to see where all the pieces can move to on the board. https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Board coordinates (A-H, 1-8)=Choose if you want to see the coordinates on the board, and where to show them. https://lichess.org/account/preferences. A-H and 1-8 are rank and file as they appear on lichess. So even if your language uses different notation, please leave A-H and 1-8 unchanged because that is how they appear on the site.

Move list while playing=Choose if you want to see a list of all moves made, on the right side of the board. https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Chess clock=One of the subtitles on your account preferences page (https://lichess.org/account/preferences). In this section you can choose between different options regarding the time.

Tenths of seconds=Choose if you want to see 1/10ths of seconds while playing a game. https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Never=Appears in the preferences page for multiple options (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

When time remaining < 10 seconds=An option to show 1/10ths of a second only when there are less than 10 seconds on your clock. Appears in the preferences page (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

Horizontal green progress bars=Choose if you want to see a green progress bar while playing a game. (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

Sound when time gets critical=Choose if you want to hear a special sound, while playing a game, when you start running out of time. (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

Game behavior=One of the subheadings on your account preferences page (https://lichess.org/account/preferences). In this section you can choose between different options regarding the game.

Premoves (playing during opponent turn)=Choose if you want to be able to make premoves while waiting for your opponent to make a move. (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

Takebacks (with opponent approval)=Choose if you want to enable takebacks (ability to undo moves) in games. (https://lichess.org/account/preferences)

Promote to Queen automatically=Choose if you want the pawn to promote to a queen automatically when you reach the other side of the board. (https://lichess.org/account/preferences)

Claim draw on %sthreefold repetition%s automatically=IMPORTANT: These two %s should be put around the words that you translate "threefold repetition" into. This links to Wikipedia in English for a description of the meaning. The two %s can be left out if users of your language generally cannot read English. On the preferences page (https://lichess.org/account/preferences) you can choose if you want to be able to automatically claim a draw when threefold repetition occurs.

Privacy=One of the subheadings on your account preferences page (https://lichess.org/account/preferences). In this section you can choose between different options regarding your privacy.

Let other players follow you=Choose if you want to let other players be able to follow you. It is an option on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Let other players challenge you=Lets you choose if you want to let other players be able to challenge you to a game. It is an option on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Sound=Subheading for the last section on your account preferences page (https://lichess.org/account/preferences).

The sound control is in the top bar of every page, on the right side.=This sentence informs you where the sound control is on lichess. Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Your preferences have been saved.=This sentence appears on the bottom of your account preferences page. https://lichess.org/account/preferences. It informs you that all the changes you have made have been saved.

None=Choose this option if you want to disable piece animation (movement). Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Fast=Choose this option if you want your piece animation (movement) to be fast. Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Normal=Choose this option if you want your piece animation (movement) to be normal. Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Slow=Choose this option if you want your piece animation (movement) to be slow. Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Inside the board=Choose if you want to see the coordinates on the game board. Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Outside the board=Choose if you want to see the coordinates outside the game board. Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

On slow games=Choose this option if you only want to see the list of moves on slow games. Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Always=Appears on the preferences page https://lichess.org/account/preferences

In casual games only=Choose this if you only want to allow takebacks on casual games. Casual games are games which are not rated, so you cannot gain or lose points from them. Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

When premoving=One of the options for promoting to a queen automatically. Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

When time remaining < 30 seconds=One of the options for claiming a draw when threefold repetition occurs. Appears on your account preferences page: https://lichess.org/account/preferences

Easy=Click this button to select easy as your difficulty. Appears on the training page when solving puzzles https://lichess.org/training/

Normal=Click this button to select normal as your difficulty. Appears on the training page when solving puzzles https://lichess.org/training/

Hard=Click this button to select hard as your difficulty. Appears on the training page when solving puzzles https://lichess.org/training/

%s left a note on %s=First %s is the name of the player that left a note, and the second %s is the player who got a note on their profile. Appears in the activity timeline on the left-hand side of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) after you have started following a player.

%s competes in %s=First %s is the name of the player that competes in a tournament, and the second %s is the tournament name. Appears in the activity timeline on the left-hand side of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) after you have started following a player.

%s asked %s=First %s is the name of the player that asked, and the second %s is the title of the question in Q&A. Appears in the activity timeline on the left-hand side of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) after you have started following a player.

%s answered %s=First %s is the name of the player that answered, and the second %s is the title of the question in Q&A. Appears in the activity timeline on the left-hand side of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) after you have started following a player.

%s commented %s=First %s is the name of the player that commented, and the second %s is the title of the question in Q&A. Appears in the activity timeline on the left-hand side of the "Play" page (https://lichess.org/) after you have started following a player.

Timeline=An activity timeline showing what people you follow on lichess have been up to. Appears on the main page under logotype https://lichess.org and https://lichess.org/timeline/more. Note: this only appears as soon as you follow a player on lichess.

See all tournaments=This text appears when you hover over the "more" link for "open tournaments" on the main page https://lichess.org/

Starting:=This text appears to the left of the "join" button and it informs you when the tournament is starting. To see an example click on an open tournament from the tournament page https://lichess.org/tournament.

All information is public and optional.=This sentence appears under the header on the page where you change your profile https://lichess.org/account/profile

Your city, region, or province.=This text appears under the field where you write your location. You can leave out the word "your" if it helps you. Appears in the profile editor: https://lichess.org/account/profile

Tell about you, what you like in chess, your favorite openings, games, players…=This sentence appears under the biography description box on the page where you edit your profile https://lichess.org/account/profile

Maximum: %s characters.=This text appears under the biography description box to inform you the maximum length your description can have. https://lichess.org/account/profile

%s blocks=%s is the number of players you have blocked. Consider translating to "%s blocked players" if you think the context is not sufficient. Appears as a heading on your list of blocked players at https://lichess.org/rel/blocks

List players that you have blocked="List" is used as a verb here. This is a descriptive sentence which appears when you hover the mouse over the block icon on your own profile. Clicking the icon will show you a list of players you have blocked.

Human=Press this to play against a human player (instead of playing against the computer). Appears in the "Create a game" menu of the lichess mobile app: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/veloce/lichobile/1.5.x/screens/android/create-human.png. All mobile app sentences must be kept compact, as they need to scale to small devices.

Computer=Press this button to play against a computer player (instead of playing against a human being). Appears in the "Create a game" menu of the lichess mobile app: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/veloce/lichobile/1.5.x/screens/android/create-human.png. All mobile app sentences must be kept compact, as they need to scale to small devices.

Side=Lets you select what side you want to play as (White, Black, or random). Appears in the "Create a game" menu of the lichess mobile app: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/veloce/lichobile/1.5.x/screens/android/create-human.png. All mobile app sentences must be kept compact, as they need to scale to small devices.

Clock=Lets you select what time control you want to play with. Appears in the "Create a game" menu of the lichess mobile app: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/veloce/lichobile/1.5.x/screens/android/create-human.png. All mobile app sentences must be kept compact, as they need to scale to small devices.

Access is unauthorized.=This is a generic sentence that usually appears when the player is not signed in, or when an incorrect password is entered. The sentence is only found in the lichess mobile app, and must be kept compact, as mobile sentences need to scale to small devices.

No internet connection. You can still play offline from the menu.=Descriptive sentence. Is only shown when your mobile device is lacking connectivity to the internet. The sentence is only found in the lichess mobile app, and must be kept compact, as mobile sentences need to scale to small devices.

You are now connected to lichess.org=Notifies the player they are successfully connected to the site. This is only for mobile users, because the mobile app can also work offline. The sentence is only found in the lichess mobile app, and must be kept compact, as mobile sentences need to scale to small devices.

You have been signed out=Notifies the player that they have successfully signed out of their account. The sentence is only found in the lichess mobile app, and must be kept compact, as mobile sentences need to scale to small devices.

Over the board="Over the board" means playing locally, on the device, usually between two players sitting across from each other. Offline play is only available on the lichess mobile app and thus must be kept compact, as mobile sentences need to scale to small devices.

Share PGN=Pressing this button opens native share widget to share the PGN record. PGN is short for "Portable Game Notation"; it is the way chess moves are recorded (1. e4 e5, and so on). The sentence is only found in the lichess mobile app, and must be kept short, as mobile sentences need to scale to small devices.

This player artificially increases/decreases their rating=Appears as a red box on the profiles of players that have been trying to cheat the rating system. An example is https://lichess.org/@/GrandMasterGnel1.

You are now signed in=Notifies the player they are successfully logged in with their lichess username. The sentence is only found in the lichess mobile app, and must be kept compact, as mobile sentences need to scale to small devices.

Computer=Pressing this button lets you play against the offline chess engine. This is a mobile-only feature. The sentence must thus be kept compact, as mobile sentences need to scale to small devices. You can see how it looks here: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/veloce/lichobile/1.5.x/screens/android/menu2.png

Opponent=The name of your opponent. Currently appears only in the mobile app. You can see how it looks here: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/veloce/lichobile/1.5.x/screens/android/ai-menu.png

Increment=Increment of the game. As increment in seconds. It appears only in mobile app in the game creation form. You can see it here: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/veloce/lichobile/1.5.x/screens/android/create-human.png It must be very short, not longer than the word 'increment' ideally

Board=appears in mobile app on settings screen, let you choose the board theme. Just translate 'board'

Pieces=appears in mobile app on settings screen, let you choose the pieces theme. Just translate 'pieces'

Play online=only in mobile app, on side menu. It is a menu label that helps to separate visually what is online from what is offline. Must be short

Play offline=only in mobile app, on side menu. It is a menu label that helps to separate visually what is online from what is offline. Must be short

Allow anonymous statistics=In mobile app settings, toggle to allow or not sending of anonymous app usage for statistics. Should be as short as possible.

Share game URL=in mobile app on the game context menu, this button opens the native share widget to send the game URL. To keep very short.

This field is required=Error message when a text input fields is left blank. Appears in the registration form and preferences menu (https://lichess.org/account/email).

This email address is invalid=Error message for when the email address was typed in incorrectly. Appears in the registration form and preferences menu (https://lichess.org/account/email).

This email address is not acceptable=Error message for when people associate a disposable email address with their account (e.g. https://www.guerrillamail.com/) -- only permanent email addresses are permitted. Appears in the registration form and preferences menu (https://lichess.org/account/email).

This email address is already taken=Error message for when you associate an account with an email address that is already in use by another account. Appears in the registration form and preferences menu (https://lichess.org/account/email).

Blindfold chess (invisible pieces)=Appears as a preference on the preference page. The user may choose to hide their pieces in order to emulate playing blindfold chess.

Move confirmation=Appears as a preference on the preference page. The user may choose to use an additional confirmation step when they make moves on the chess board.

Correspondence games=Appears as a selectable option for the "move confirmation" setting on the preference page. The user may choose to only have an extra confirmation step for moves they make in correspondence games.

If rating is ± %s=Appears as a selectable option for the "let other players challenge you" option. The user may choose to only accept challenges from within a certain rating range.

Only friends=Appears as a selectable option for the "let other players challenge you" option. The user may choose to only accept challenges from friends.

Watch=One of the four menu sections. Contains links to Lichess TV, international events and the curated video library.

International events=Real-time worldwide chess tournaments, powered by FICS. Appears as a dropdown option on the menu bar as well as on menu page. Links to https://lichess.org/watch

Video library=A carefully curated library of free chess videos. Appears as a dropdown option on the menu bar as well as on menu page. Links to https://lichess.org/video

Mobile App=Lichess' very own free and open source Android and IOS application. Appears on the footer of the menu page. Links to https://lichess.org/mobile

Webmasters=Information on how webmasters can embed Lichess features such as the daily puzzle or Lichess TV. Appears on the footer of the menu page. Links to https://lichess.org/developers

Contribute=Information on how people can contribute to Lichess whether it be through code, translation or donation. Appears on the footer of the menu page. Links to https://lichess.org/help-lichess

Donate=A page where one can find out how to donate to Lichess. Appears on the footer of the menu page. Links to https://lichess.org/donate

Contact=A page detailing the ways in which one can contact Lichess. Appears on the footer of the menu page. Links to https://lichess.org/contact

ToS=A page detailing the Lichess' terms of service. Appears on the footer of the menu page. Links to https://lichess.org/terms-of-service

Source Code=Lichess' source code repository. Appears on the footer of the menu page. Links to https://github.com/ornicar/lila

%s Forum Posts=%s The number of times the user has posted on the forum (https://lichess.org/forum). Appears on profile pages. Example: https://lichess.org/@/thibault — Thibault has 3038 forum points as of the time of writing.

Watch games=A button that allows users to watch the chess games of a particular player. Appears on profile pages. Example: Links to https://lichess.org/@/thibault/tv

Time spent playing: %s=%s The total time the user has spent playing on Lichess. Appears on profile pages. Example: https://lichess.org/@/thibault/ has spent 15 days, 9 hours and 25 minutes playing at the time of writing.

Time on TV: %s=%s The total time the user has spent watching Lichess TV (https://lichess.org/tv). Appears on profile pages. Example: https://lichess.org/@/thibault/ has spent 12 minutes watching at the time of writing.

Castling=Castling is a move in the game of chess involving a player's king and either of the player's original rooks. It is the only move in chess in which a player moves two pieces in the same move. Appears on board editor page (https://lichess.org/editor).

White O-O=The option of whether white can still castle on the kingside. Appears as a setting on board editor page (https://lichess.org/editor).

White O-O-O=The option of whether white can still castle on the queenside. Appears as a setting on board editor page (https://lichess.org/editor).

Black O-O=The option of whether black can still castle on the kingside. Appears as a setting on board editor page (https://lichess.org/editor).

Black O-O-O=The option of whether black can still castle on the queenside. Appears as a setting on board editor page (https://lichess.org/editor).

Simultaneous exhibitions=Clicking this takes you to a page all about simuls on Lichess, where you can see open, running and finished simuls, as well as create your own. Appears as one of the links at the top of the navigation bar and on menu page. Links to https://lichess.org/simul

Host=The person who created the simul. Appears as a column heading on https://lichess.org/simul

Newly created simuls=Appears as a heading on https://lichess.org/simul under which currently running and starting simuls are listed.

Host a new simul=A button that allows players to create a new simul event. Appears on https://lichess.org/simul and links to https://lichess.org/simul/new

Simul not found=A header warning when a simul event cannot be found. Displayed here https://lichess.org/simul/notfound

This simultaneous exhibition does not exist.=When a simul event cannot be found a new page is displayed here https://lichess.org/simul/notfound notifying the user why and how to proceed.

Return to simul homepage=A link to the simul homepage (https://lichess.org/simul/) displayed here https://lichess.org/simul/notfound

Simuls involve a single player facing several players at once.=A short explanation about what a simul is on the simul homepage (https://lichess.org/simul)

When you create a Simul, you get to play several players at once.=A short explanation of what to expect from creating a simul. Found on the create simul form page (https://lichess.org/simul/new)

Simuls are always casual. Rematches, takebacks and "moretime" are disabled.=More explanations about lichess simuls, on the simul homepage (https://lichess.org/simul).

Out of 50 opponents, Fischer won 47 games, drew 2 and lost 1.=A short caption for the Bobby Fischer image found on the simul homepage (https://lichess.org/simul) after clicking'More...'

The concept is taken from real world events. In real life, this involves the simul host moving from table to table to play a single move.=A short explanation about what a simul is on the simul homepage (https://lichess.org/simul) after clicking'More...'

When the simul starts, every player starts a game with the host, who gets to play the white pieces. The simul ends when all games are complete.=A short explanation about the rules of a simul found on the simul homepage (https://lichess.org/simul) after clicking'More...'

Create=A button that finalises the creation of some event. Found, for insance, at the bottom of the create simul form page (https://lichess.org/simul/new)

If you select several variants, each player gets to choose which one to play.=Explains the variants checkboxes found on the create simul form page (https://lichess.org/simul/new)

Fischer Clock setup. The more players you take on, the more time you may need.=Explains the Fischer clock time control settings found on the create simul form page (https://lichess.org/simul/new)

You may add extra time to your clock to help cope with the simul.=Suggests adding extra time for the simul. Found on the create simul form page (https://lichess.org/simul/new)

Host extra clock time=A setting for the simul host to add extra time. Found on the create simul form page (https://lichess.org/simul/new)

Menu=Tooltip displayed when mouseover menu button viewable at the top of every lichess page.

Lichess tournaments=A heading on the side of the tournaments homepage (https://lichess.org/tournament) under which the official tournaments of Lichess are listed.

Arena tournament FAQ=A link to an FAQ page for Lichess tournaments. Links to https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena and found on every tournament page as a small question mark.

Official=All official (not user created) Lichess tournaments have this shown in said tournament's information box shows that appears on the top left of the screen.

Time before tournament starts=Users creating new tournaments can decide when their tournament begins. Appears on the form used to create a new tournament (https://lichess.org/tournament/new)

Tournament this is private=A heading explaining that a tournament is private and for other people to join a URL must be shared. Appears on the FAQ of the tournament's page.

Tournament you wIll be notified=A notification telling users they will be notified when the tournament starts and so are safe to open a new tab of Lichess. Appears on the FAQ part of the tournament's page.

Play In New Tab=A link encouring users to open Lichess in another tab. Links to https://lichess.org

Tournament Is It Rated Q=A question on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) asking if a tournament is rated or not.

Tournament Some Are Rated=An answer on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) answering that some tournaments are rated and will affect rating.

Tournament This Is Rated=An answer on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) answering that the tournament is rated and will affect rating.

Tournament This Is Not Rated=An answer on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) answering that the tournament is not rated and will not affect rating.

Tournament How Are Scores Calculated Q=A question on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) asking how tournament scores are calculated.

Tournament How Are Scores Calculated A=An answer on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) explaining how tournament scores are calculated.

Tournament Berserk=The name of mode where a player can half their time to double their points for that particular game.

Tournament Berserk Explan=An explaination of what Berserk mode is and what it does.

Tournament How Winner Is Decided Q=A question on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) asking how tournament winners are decided.

Tournament How Winner Is Decided A=An answer on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) explaining how tournament winners are decided.

Tournament How Does Pairing Work Q=A question on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) asking how the tournament pairing system works.

Tournament How Does Pairing Work A=An answer on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) explaining how the tournament pairing system works.

Tournament How Does It End Q=A question on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) asking how the tournament ends.

Tournament How Does It End A=An answer on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) explaining how the tournament ends.

Tournament Other Important Points Q=A heading on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena) under which other details pertaining to tournaments are found.

Tournament Other Important Points A=Other details not covered by the tournament's FAQ section. Found on all tournament's FAQ page (e.g https://lichess.org/tournament/help?system=arena)

Average centipawn loss=ACPL. This is one of the categories of problems discovered by the computer analysis. Appears on the right hand side of pages with analyzed games.

Keyboard shortcuts=A heading appearing in the bottom left side of pages with analyzed games under which are available keyboard shortcuts.

move backward/forward=Explains that the preceding keyboard shortcuts move the game backward or forward. Appears on the bottom left side of pages with analyzed games under Keyboard Shortcuts dropdown.

go to start/end=Explains that the preceding keyboard shortcuts move the game to the start or end position. Appears on the bottom left side of pages with analyzed games under Keyboard Shortcuts dropdown.

show/hide comments=Explains that the preceding keyboard shortcuts show or hide comments. Appears on the bottom left side of pages with analyzed games under Keyboard Shortcuts dropdown.

enter/exit variation=Explains that the preceding keyboard shortcuts enter or exit variations. Appears on the bottom left side of pages with analyzed games under Keyboard Shortcuts dropdown.

Press shift+click or right-click to draw circles and arrows on the board. You can also scroll over the board to move in the game.=Explains that using Shift+Click or right-clicking draws arrows and circles on the game board and that one can use the mouse scroll to play through game. Appears on the bottom left side of pages with analyzed games under Keyboard Shortcuts dropdown.

New tournament=The title of the page where you can create a new tournament, https://lichess.org/tournament/new

Chess tournament featuring various time controls and variants=The title of the tournaments home page (https://lichess.org/tournament) which is used for search engines.

Play fast-paced chess tournaments! Join an official scheduled tournament, or create your own. Bullet, Blitz, Classical, Chess960, King of the Hill, Threecheck, and more options available for endless chess fun.=The description of the tournaments home page (https://lichess.org/tournament) which is used for search engines.

Tournament not found=The heading that shows up when you go to a tournament that does not exist, or has been canceled.

This tournament does not exist.=This is the first sentence that shows up under the "Tournament not found" header when you go to a tournament that does not exist.

It may have been canceled, if all players left it before the tournament starts.=This is the second sentence that shows up under the "Tournament not found" header when you go to a tournament that does not exist.

Return to tournaments homepage=This link shows up on a page of a tournament that does not exist. It leads to the tournaments home page.

Weekly %s rating distribution=Title of the rating stats page: https://lichess.org/stat/rating/distribution/blitz. %s is a variant name (like Bullet, Blitz, or Chess960).

%s %s players this week=Number of players of a variant, on the rating stats page: https://lichess.org/stat/rating/distribution/blitz. The first %s is the number of players, the second %s is the variant name (like Bullet, Blitz, or Chess960).

Your %s rating is %s.=Current user rating, on the rating stats page: https://lichess.org/stat/rating/distribution/blitz. The first %s is the the variant name (like Bullet, Blitz, or Chess960), the second %s is the rating itself (like 1900).

You are better than %s of %s players.=Current user ranking, on the rating stats page: https://lichess.org/stat/rating/distribution/blitz. The first %s is the percentage, the second %s is the variant name (like Bullet, Blitz, or Chess960).

You do not have an established %s rating.=When the user rating is provisional, on the rating stats page: https://lichess.org/stat/rating/distribution/blitz. %s is a variant name (like Bullet, Blitz, or Chess960).

Race finished=Ending message of a Racing Kings game (https://lichess.org/variant/racingKings).

Download annotated=Button for downloading a game PGN with lichess annotations. (https://lichess.org/EE5OajWy, FEN&PGN tab)

Download raw=Button for downloading a game PGN without lichess annotations. (https://lichess.org/EE5OajWy, FEN&PGN tab)

Download imported=Button which appears in the FEN & PGN tab under at Analysis for downloading the original PGN of an imported game.

Print-friendly PDF=Downloads a game in PDF format. It is located near the other downloads buttons in FEN & PGN tab under the finished game. (https://lichess.org/EE5OajWy, FEN&PGN tab)

Crosstable=The name of the tab which shows a total points sum between two players calculated based on their finished games. Shown under the board. (https://lichess.org/EE5OajWy, Crosstable tab)

Keyboard Shortcuts=A sign that shows shortcuts when hovering it. Located at the left down edge under the game board. (https://lichess.org/g4XbumIh)

move backward/forward=Is a part of shortcuts description. (https://lichess.org/g4XbumIh)

go to start/end=Is a part of shortcuts description. (https://lichess.org/g4XbumIh)

show/hide comments=Is a part of shortcuts description. (https://lichess.org/g4XbumIh)

enter/exit variation=Is a part of shortcuts desctiption. (https://lichess.org/g4XbumIh)

keyYouCanDrawArrowsCirclesAndScrollToMove=Is a description of a shortcut which appears when hovering the Keyboard Shortcuts sign under the chess board. (https://lichess.org/g4XbumIh)

Average centipawn loss=A paragraph in insights which appears under some graphs.

Check your email=A message that is shown after registering at Lichess or password reset.

We've sent you an email. Click the link in the email to activate your account.=That is shown to a new user at the registration finish page. (https://ru.lichess.org/signup/check-your-email/test)

If you don't see the email, check other places it might be, like your junk, spam, social, or other folders.=A part of post-signup or password reset message. (https://lichess.org/password/reset/sent/test@test.com)

Are you sure you even registered your email on lichess?=Appears when trying to reset the password and specified email is not found. (https://lichess.org/password/reset/send)

It was not required for your registration.=The second part of failed password reset message when email is not found. (https://lichess.org/password/reset/send)

New password=Is required at the register and password change pages. (https://lichess.org/password/reset/confirm)

New password (again)=Goes after new password field in order to make sure that it was done correctly. (https://lichess.org/password/reset/confirm)

We've sent an email to %s. Click the link in the email to reset your password.=Appears on password resetting and also shows an email address of the user. (https://lichess.org/password/reset/sent/test@test.com)

By registering, you agree to be bound by our %s.=Is a first part of sentence at the registration page. Link to ToS is inserted inside it. (https://lichess.org/signup)

Network lag between you and lichess=Is an explanations of what PING is and it is shown at the window which opens when clicking on the login at the top of the site.

Time to process a move on lichess server=Is an explanations of what SERVER is and it is shown at the window which opens when clicking on the login at the top of the site.

You can also scroll over the board to move in the game.=Appears when hovering KeyboardShortcuts sign under the chess board. (https://lichess.org/g4XbumIh)

Press shift+click or right-click to draw circles and arrows on the board.=Appears when hovering KeyboardShortcuts sign under the chess board. (https://lichess.org/g4XbumIh)

Confirm resignation=An option at game preferences. (https://lichess.org/account/preferences/game-behavior)

Let other players message you=Appears at privacy settings. (https://lichess.org/account/preferences/privacy)

Share your insights data=Appears at privacy settings. (https://lichess.org/account/preferences/privacy)

You have already registered the email: %s=Is a message that is shown to a user at email settings when you already have an email connected with your account. (https://lichess.org/account/email)

Kid mode=Is an option at preferences menu. (https://lichess.org/account/kid)

Check your Email=Appears when signup is finished and email is sent. (https://lichess.org/signup/check-your-email/test)

Security=An options at account preferences. (https://lichess.org/account/security)

This is a list of devices that have logged into your account. Revoke any sessions that you do not recognize.=This is a description of security page options. (https://lichess.org/account/security)

CURRENT=Tells that the device in security list is user's current device. (https://lichess.org/account/security)

Next=Used for pagination.

Delete=Is a button which is used to delete a message thread. (https://lichess.org/inbox)

This user blocks you. You cannot answer.=Appears when you're trying to write to someone who blocks you.

Play chess everywhere=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

As free as lichess=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Built for the love of chess, not money=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Everybody gets all features for free=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Zero advertisement=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Full featured=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Phone and tablet=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Bullet, blitz, classical=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Correspondence chess=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Online and offline play=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Game analysis=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Follow and challenge friends=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Available in %s languages!=Description of mobile app. The number is goind to be between 80 and 100. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

Lichess mobile=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

%s is built upon:=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

correspondenceAndUnlimited=Is a button which selects both Correspondence and Unlimited games types at different parts of the site.

gameAnalysis=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

followAndChallengeFriends=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

availableInNbLanguages=Description of mobile app. (https://lichess.org/mobile)

viewTheSolution=This appears when hovering the link of the game where captcha was taken from in the captcha window. (https://lichess.org/forum/lichess-feedback/form)

source=Parameter of advanced search. (https://lichess.org/games/search)

nbOfTurns=Parameter of advanced search. (https://lichess.org/games/search)

result=Parameter of advanced search. (https://lichess.org/games/search)

winnerColor=Parameter of advanced search. (https://lichess.org/games/search)

sort=Parameter of advanced search. (https://lichess.org/games/search)

permalink=This button appears below advanced search's form and brings you to the direct link of search results. (https://lichess.org/games/search)