I'm generally curios about when to start
For me this should have a low priority. I am a Spanish native speaker and I prefeer that other features or changes are done before doing this.
@Admin We need more languages! It is common practice for the user to submit the language text just on github and the administrator to agree to merge. Users will be very supportive.
@law_4x Good news: I almost finished the required implementation. Will come with the next release. First translation will be German (because we are). The Github approach will come too.
Advice me when the files will be ready for I can start the French translation!
Qubicle 3.1 is out now which is the first version to support localization. I have added German on my own, because, well, I am German.
For instructions on how to write, test and submit your own language file (and for rewards) I have set-up a GitHub. Please look here: https://github.com/minddesk/QubicleLocalization
Thanks in advance for your help!
OK I begin the French one! That will be be not very difficult as I made the French previous one!
Pilou, I am very sorry, but a french version already is completed and uploaded to the Git. It arrived only 2 hours after the release.
So cool more free time for make other things! Have you yet a Qubicle 3.xxx French site ?
Seems the 3.1 on Stream has not yet the French version?
@Admin Very pleased to launch a new version! But does not seem to support Chinese and Russian?
@Pilou no, not yet. A new update with French, Spanish and other languages will be out next week
@law_4x No, not yet, Chinese and Russian will require some more magic. Qubicle can currently only render the 256 chars of ISO-8859-1.
@Admin Well, then I continue to localization, waiting for the support of software code!
Which language are you working on?
Chinese！ working，I remember qubicle 1.0 support Chinese localizatio。。 maybe....
No, QC1 did not support ChineseI'll try to get Q3 working in Chinese, but I can't really promise, because I don't know how to do this yet. But I'll give it a shot
I changed the lang_en.ini file
Ah ok, I wasn't aware of that. What I meant is that I never released an official Chinese version of QC1. So if a Chinese version is out there, then it's definitely a crack
The Danish version's development has now begun!
awesome, thanks dani!