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XPero

Official Vize Translations

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Hi all,

I've been working these days in localizing Vize. Vize will automatically detect your UI culture and apply the right texts to the UI (es-ES or en-US for example). That means that if your system is en-GB (Brittish English) and Vize does not find a en-GB.xml in the languages folder, the en-US (default one) text will be used. The same happens for the rest of cultures.

So, now it is your turn to contribute to this project and translate Vize into your culture language. Please, try to be brief in the texts. If not, some text will be cut due to the size of the buttons, labels, etc...

Reply to this post if you want to be the official Vize translator of your particular language. This way we will no have 2 people working on the same task.

When you are finished, please PM me the translation file correctly renamed (fr-CA.xml for Canadian French for example).

Thank you very much!

en_US.xml

Edited by XPero
Added latest en-US file
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Official Vize Translators:

XPero:

English (US)

Spanish (Spain)

damian666:

Dutch

Smiley89

Italian

etso

Bulgarian

Dynaletik

German

peyronnx

French

marxo

Serbian

Costel M

Romanian

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hi man, i can make the dutch ones if you like...

just count me in, dl the one here and trans it huh?

ok done on wednesday.

bye bye

damian666

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I can make the Italian translation, although I am quite busy (school and driving licence :wacko: ). If you don't need it immediately, then I can do the work in my spare time ;)

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Hi, XPero :hello:

I can make Bulgarian Translation

Edit:

bg_BG.xml

Edited by etso
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hi man, almost ready...

but now i see that i have to include another value.

will post on friday now :thumbup

damian666

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Very nice idea to translate it into different languages. So my part is german. :P

You got PM. ;)

Edited by Dynaletik
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hi XPero, how do i apply the new lang?

in what dirt do i have to put the xml?

i want to see if the texts are not to long before i post it.

any ideas?

btw, marxo wants to do the serbian translation, he asked if i would tell you.

he is not able to be o msfn now so.

please register him as the official translator ok?

damian666

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hi XPero, how do i apply the new lang?

in what dirt do i have to put the xml?

i want to see if the texts are not to long before i post it.

any ideas?

btw, marxo wants to do the serbian translation, he asked if i would tell you.

he is not able to be o msfn now so.

please register him as the official translator ok?

damian666

Hi damian,

Dont worry about that, I will fix UI if necessary, and if I need your assistance I will let you know :) Also, 0.6 does not have that functionality implemented, so you cant test anyways.

I will add marxo as official serbian translator in a minute.

PS: Without your translations, new Vize cannot be released ;)

Cheers

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XPero I've finished the translation but I don't know how I should name Serbian (Cyrillic) xml?

And one more thing: Should it include

<!DOCTYPE values [
<!ELEMENT values ANY>
<!ELEMENT value ANY>
<!ATTLIST value id ID #REQUIRED>
]>

or just <values> etc...

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XPero I've finished the translation but I don't know how I should name Serbian (Cyrillic) xml?

And one more thing: Should it include

<!DOCTYPE values [
<!ELEMENT values ANY>
<!ELEMENT value ANY>
<!ATTLIST value id ID #REQUIRED>
]>

or just <values> etc...

Please leav the doc intact, just translate the english text into your language. Cheers

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Well here is the Serbian translation:

sr_SR.xml

It seems to work just fine. Thank you!

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XPero when are we going to see it working?

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XPero when are we going to see it working?

When I get the French and Italian translations :whistle:

But if you want to see it in your language...have a look ;)

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Wow! :wub: It looks so... Why isn't there a smiley that cries...

BTW, now I see that there are some corrections to be made :huh:

Fixed Serbian Translation:

sr_SR.xml

XPero sorry for bothering you but I think it is better to have good translation...

Edited by marxo
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Hi,

Just one value to tranlsate : "Ships with Windows".

I do not know what it refers to.

Could someone help me to understand and choose the best way to translate it.

See U

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marxo:

No worries, thank you.

peyronnx:

"Ships with Windows" means if that file to be patched is originally included in Windows or not.

Example: explorer.exe ships with Windows but adobegamma.cpl (for example) does not.

Please ALL: PM me with the word "Close" (Meaning close a door or a dialog) translated into your language. Thank you!

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XPero can you take me a look in bulgarian (to make any changes if need ) :whistle:

Close -> Затвори

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Close -> Затвори

It is same in Serbian as in Bulgarian...

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