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Call for Translations - Part 2


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Hey, tkrojam from Hong Kong has finished his Traditional Chinese translation!!!

Here I upload is the finished StringTable2, called StringTable2__TC_.txt. Please check it out~

I've checked it three times already. Tell me if I modify something wrong. Thanks.

StringTable2__TC_.txt

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Wow guys, thanks for the diverse set of translations :)

I'm in the process of getting set-up back here at home, so give me a few days to get myself back in gear.

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So here's the list of translations completed for the upcoming final release:

  • ar - Arabic
  • cy - Welsh
  • de - German
  • en - English
  • es - Spanish
  • fa - Persian
  • it - Italian
  • pl - Polish
  • ru - Russian
  • zh - Chinese

Here's a list of translations that people are currently working on:

  • da - Danish
  • nl - Dutch
  • si - Slovenia

And these are the languages I'd like to see done:

  • fr - French
  • ja - Japanese
  • pt - Portuguese (two people have offered to do Portuguese, see below)

If you need, I can make spanish and/or brazilian portuguese...
i can do the Portuguese translation (FROM PORTUGAL)

Is there much difference between Brazilian Portuguese and Portugal's Portuguese?

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I wanna know will there be also Korean for xpize5?

I've got a friend from SK who I asked, but he's non-technical and said he couldn't do it, he said he'd be better off translating prose rather than software UI strings.

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OMG~!

I just recall one thing...

I forgot to utilize the localization tool for doing my translation...

Therefore, I took 2 hours to make it completed... :wacko:

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OMG~!

I just recall one thing...

I forgot to utilize the localization tool for doing my translation...

Therefore, I took 2 hours to make it completed... :wacko:

Sorry about that. But I posted it after you gave me your translation, I should have done it earlier.

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Hi there. I can do Greek translation if you are willing to add it. I didn't see Greek in the languages' list so i wasn't sure if you would use it, but for what it's worth, I'm offering my help.

Awaiting for your reply

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Hi, I haven't come here for a while and just saw this post yesterday. It's so exciting that the final version of XPize 5 is going to be released soon.

Here's Thai translation. Hope it's not too late :)

th.resx.zip

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Hi there. I can do Greek translation if you are willing to add it. I didn't see Greek in the languages' list so i wasn't sure if you would use it, but for what it's worth, I'm offering my help.

Awaiting for your reply

Hi nabz0r, I am pretty sure, that w3bbo is very interested in a Greek localization.

If you do the translation soon, it'll make it even into the fist RC. :)

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I've made a tool which makes localisation easier. You can download it here:

http://anol.is/misc/LocalTool.zip

That tool is really great!

I thought about writing an own small app for this purpose - but your are fastern writing a whole application than me, bringing the idea to the end... Respect!!

Will you publish the code for the translator also under GPL? Woud be great. :)

I did check German localization again with the tool and here is the result:

de.resx

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I thought about writing an own small app for this purpose - but your are fastern writing a whole application than me, bringing the idea to the end... Respect!!

Will you publish the code for the translator also under GPL? Woud be great. :)

It took me all of 15 minutes to write and you can disassemble it with Reflector. It's nothing special, really.

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