Looking for Arabic translation for upcoming project

I am to about start a new project for learners based in the Middle East and need to translate the course content and audio transcript into Arabic.  This is the first time I have been asked to produce a course that will be in a different language and would like to draw on the experiences of the Articulate community for any advice.

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Suman Pandi

Hello Stephen,

We are experienced Elearning firm based out in India and we have successfully done few projects for our middle east client. We have experience in working with arabic language. please review our website to know more about our services at www.c2workshop.com.

Looking forward to work with your firm.

Thanks

Suman

kiron sahu

Hello Stephen,

We are experienced Translation  firm based out in India and we have successfully done few projects for our middle east client. We have experience in working with arabic language. please review our website to know more about our services at  www.crystalhues.com

Looking forward to work with your firm.

Thanks

Kiron

Sij X

Hello Mohammad, Suman and Kiron,

Have a quick question that requires your Arabic Storyline expertise!

I am building two units, one English and another in Arabic. In my English unit, I have a variable to track the score a person has got so far in the quiz. The variable is predictively called 'ScoreSoFar' and on each slide of my quiz, I have a statement that goes:

Score so far: %ScoreSoFar% points

which keeps changing with every slide based on the user getting the answers right or wrong.

Now, trying to use the same variable in Arabic, I used Google Translate to give me this -

نتيجة المباراة حتى الآن:٪ ScoreSoFar٪ نقاط

I then used the right-to-left text direction button to make it RTL (image below) 


but the trouble is this isn't working now and I'm not sure why. It seems to be stuck on the same text (image below) and not getting updated.

I would appreciate any comment or suggestion since I only have Google translate to help me get this working. Thank you everyone!