Greetings from Bulgaria

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions - Site Assistance' started by vrajdeber, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. vrajdeber

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    Hello there, my name is Vladimir Kostov and I'm 28 years old.

    I live in Varna, Bulgaria and this week my wife will give me an iPad for my B-day.

    Otherwise, I'm an iPhone user, PS3 gamer, Arsenal FC fan and representive for the local fan club and I'm looking forward to have a look around the forums.
     
  2. j0yful

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    welcome! join in !
     
  3. col.bris

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    Welcome from Australia enjoy the forum
     
  4. Mach3Composites

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    Sounds like the perfect birthday gift!

    Cheers!
     
  5. NumbLock

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    Welcome! Nice introduction!
     
  6. vrajdeber

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    Cheers, nice place you have here. I think I'll be active here.
     
  7. Jake18oly

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    Welcome Vladimir! My sister lived in Varna and ended up marrying a Kostov! My brother in law's name is Krasimir Kostov! Any relation?!
     
  8. vrajdeber

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    No mate, I'm married too but don't have any relatives named Krasimir.
     
  9. Gansevoort

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    Hi

    Hi Everyone,

    First post here. Hope all is well and iPads are the least of our problems. Now, on the topic at hand. How do you go about typing with Bulgarian letters? I found a transliteration site whereby you can type a text, convert it into Bulgarian and then copy and paste it wherever. it's cumbersome, though.

    Another problem I'm having is the transfer of files. Just returned an adapter to the Apple store. My SD doesn't fit in there. iTunes are a pain. So, what do we do? Isn't there a simple way to see the iPad as a hard drive from the computer and have the files transferred that way?
     
  10. Jake18oly

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    As far as official support there is only a Russian language keyboard. Obviously you will be missing a few letters but I don't know of an official Bulgarian keyboard.

    As far as transferring files I would use iphone explorer if you have a stock ipad and winscp to ssh if you are jailbroken. Here is the link for iphone explorer which is free and open source.

    iPhone Explorer - A USB iPhone browser for Mac and PC
     

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