IT Localization
Posted by: Silver
Date: May 04, 2010 03:59AM

Hi all.
I'm not a developer.
I had partially translated "kmeleon.kml" (from v1.5.4) with Italian localization.
How can I check my current work?
Thank you very much.

Re: IT Localization
Posted by: siria
Date: May 04, 2010 04:13AM

Just guessing ;-)
The kmeleon.kml files from other languages are in K-Meleon/locales/xy-XY
Perhaps try creating a folder it-IT, copy the kml into it, restart the browser and check the language in F2/GUI Appearance...
If it's not enough, open about:config and type 'local', check what's there, and check with 'lang', that seems to have some settings too...
Restart again...

IMPORTANT: Make a backup copy of the KM program folder and the profile first!
I seem to remember weird stuff if the locale files aren't complete, especially when opening the preferences...

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 05/04/2010 04:19AM by siria.

Re: IT Localization
Posted by: Silver
Date: May 04, 2010 04:31AM

It Works.
I need to edit about:config to force the new language.
Now I have more work to do :-)
Many thanks

ps. Sorry for my english. My Italian is better ;-)

Re: IT Localization
Posted by: JujuLand
Date: May 04, 2010 08:15PM

Look at kko's website, there is a doc to complete translation of K-Meleon (exe,plugins, macros and chrome) and also on the wiki


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Re: IT Localization
Posted by: guenter
Date: May 05, 2010 03:23AM

AFAIK You can re-use parts e.g. much of the chrome from K-Meleon 1.1.6it-IT.

New chrome items were AFAIK added to Preferences panel and console2.

PPL that did localisations (kko, alain, desga2, Matt...) can tell what other parts might be still reusable.

p.s. This is an International not an English Forum smiling smiley

Your English is a good as any here. alain speaks (fr-FR) and siria (de-DE) but use English vocabulary for writing French and German grinning smiley

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/05/2010 03:26AM by guenter.

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