Transparency! Translations - Printable Version
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- ronie - 2011-04-12 01:07
bsoriano Wrote:Spanish (Mexico) corrected and completed.
cheers mate! :-)
- jpf55 - 2011-04-13 18:04
Updated the French translations
- ronie - 2011-04-13 18:09
jpf55 Wrote:Updated the French translations
great, thanx :-)
- xbmcero - 2011-04-23 12:41
Spanish translation updated.
Thanx for your great effort.
Two years updating the skin and it's getting better and better!!
- WaxWorm - 2011-06-08 23:13
German translation updated.
Gotta say thanks for a great skin with a nice bunch of features! Keep up the good work!
- ronie - 2011-06-08 23:27
WaxWorm Wrote:German translation updated.
i've just updated the language file in T! svn.
- j0cke - 2011-07-21 12:23
The latest (21:50, 10 July) Swedish translation correction, seems to be missing/not fixed in the svn.
- ronie - 2011-07-21 19:47
j0cke Wrote:The latest (21:50, 10 July) Swedish translation correction, seems to be missing/not fixed in the svn.
thanx for the heads-up!
i somehow missed it. added to svn now.
- Sekarud - 2011-07-21 22:52
I know this has been there from the beginning but this is the first time I looked into it.
Under "skin settings - menu" at the bottom is Custom 1 2 and 3.
In swedish its translated to "Anpassad storlek" which is the same as "Custom size", I guess your using string 636 from XBMC.
A more correction could be "Egen 1"
Awesome skin by the way!
- ronie - 2011-07-22 13:13
Sekarud Wrote:I know this has been there from the beginning but this is the first time I looked into it.
i'm indeed using that string.
i could move it to the skin language file, but wouldn't it be an option to change it in the xbmc language file?
judging by the few languages i speak, most seem to use a translation of custom as in 'user defined'.