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lasconic
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Hi !
I see in the SVN that a spanish template file has been added. I wonder if you can add a french one too.
Regarding language, I see on the mscore website that you can change the language by using LC_ALL on linux. I don't think it works on windows. And even if it works, a majority of windows users don't know how to set a environment variable. I think that on windows englist is loaded by default and maybe, the language of the open system if present. I wonder if it could be possible to add a command line to select the language we want on startup ? Or better add something in the preference to change the language dynamically (or with a restart of musescore) ?

Thks
Lasconic

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Re: Language support

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On my (german) windows mscore pops up in german. Its a function of the
qt library to find out the system language. No user action is required
to set the "right" language. The LC_ALL environment variable trick is
only for testing on linux and will probably not work on windows.
Adding a new language is explained in
http://localhost/mscore/de/translations.php

Werner

On Donnerstag 12 Juni 2008, Lasconic wrote:

> Hi !
> I see in the SVN that a spanish template file has been added. I wonder if
> you can add a french one too.
> Regarding language, I see on the mscore website that you can change the
> language by using LC_ALL on linux. I don't think it works on windows. And
> even if it works, a majority of windows users don't know how to set a
> environment variable. I think that on windows englist is loaded by default
> and maybe, the language of the open system if present. I wonder if it could
> be possible to add a command line to select the language we want on startup
> ? Or better add something in the preference to change the language
> dynamically (or with a restart of musescore) ?
>
> Thks
> Lasconic
>




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Re: Language support

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I'm not sure the "right" language is the one of the OS and english by default might not be good as well. That's also why I ask for this.
Regarding adding a translation I assume you talk about this one : http://mscore.sourceforge.net/en/translations.php. I will take a look.

Thks !
Lasconic


2008/6/12 Werner Schweer <[hidden email]>:
On my (german) windows mscore pops up in german. Its a function of the
qt library to find out the system language. No user action is required
to set the "right" language. The LC_ALL environment variable trick is
only for testing on linux and will probably not work on windows.
Adding a new language is explained in
http://localhost/mscore/de/translations.php

Werner

On Donnerstag 12 Juni 2008, Lasconic wrote:
> Hi !
> I see in the SVN that a spanish template file has been added. I wonder if
> you can add a french one too.
> Regarding language, I see on the mscore website that you can change the
> language by using LC_ALL on linux. I don't think it works on windows. And
> even if it works, a majority of windows users don't know how to set a
> environment variable. I think that on windows englist is loaded by default
> and maybe, the language of the open system if present. I wonder if it could
> be possible to add a command line to select the language we want on startup
> ? Or better add something in the preference to change the language
> dynamically (or with a restart of musescore) ?
>
> Thks
> Lasconic
>




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Re: Language support

lasconic
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Hi !
Just see the last changelog r1009. Seems my wish has been fulfilled :) Thanks a lot. The french translation is on the way 60-70% completed :)

Lasconic

2008/6/13 Lasconic <[hidden email]>:

I'm not sure the "right" language is the one of the OS and english by default might not be good as well. That's also why I ask for this.
Regarding adding a translation I assume you talk about this one : http://mscore.sourceforge.net/en/translations.php. I will take a look.

Thks !
Lasconic


2008/6/12 Werner Schweer <[hidden email]>:

On my (german) windows mscore pops up in german. Its a function of the
qt library to find out the system language. No user action is required
to set the "right" language. The LC_ALL environment variable trick is
only for testing on linux and will probably not work on windows.
Adding a new language is explained in
http://localhost/mscore/de/translations.php

Werner

On Donnerstag 12 Juni 2008, Lasconic wrote:
> Hi !
> I see in the SVN that a spanish template file has been added. I wonder if
> you can add a french one too.
> Regarding language, I see on the mscore website that you can change the
> language by using LC_ALL on linux. I don't think it works on windows. And
> even if it works, a majority of windows users don't know how to set a
> environment variable. I think that on windows englist is loaded by default
> and maybe, the language of the open system if present. I wonder if it could
> be possible to add a command line to select the language we want on startup
> ? Or better add something in the preference to change the language
> dynamically (or with a restart of musescore) ?
>
> Thks
> Lasconic
>




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Re: Language support

lasconic
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Hi !
Here is the mscore_fr.ts file. I completed the most I can. I follow the guide and try to build mscore and install but the fr files are not deployed. I guess there is something to change in a makefile to deploy them to /usr/local/share/mscore/locale. The french is not in the combo box in the preference also. If you don"t mind make the change :) I don't want to break something ...

Thks !
Lasconic


2008/6/14 Lasconic <[hidden email]>:
Hi !
Just see the last changelog r1009. Seems my wish has been fulfilled :) Thanks a lot. The french translation is on the way 60-70% completed :)

Lasconic

2008/6/13 Lasconic <[hidden email]>:


I'm not sure the "right" language is the one of the OS and english by default might not be good as well. That's also why I ask for this.
Regarding adding a translation I assume you talk about this one : http://mscore.sourceforge.net/en/translations.php. I will take a look.

Thks !
Lasconic


2008/6/12 Werner Schweer <[hidden email]>:

On my (german) windows mscore pops up in german. Its a function of the
qt library to find out the system language. No user action is required
to set the "right" language. The LC_ALL environment variable trick is
only for testing on linux and will probably not work on windows.
Adding a new language is explained in
http://localhost/mscore/de/translations.php

Werner

On Donnerstag 12 Juni 2008, Lasconic wrote:
> Hi !
> I see in the SVN that a spanish template file has been added. I wonder if
> you can add a french one too.
> Regarding language, I see on the mscore website that you can change the
> language by using LC_ALL on linux. I don't think it works on windows. And
> even if it works, a majority of windows users don't know how to set a
> environment variable. I think that on windows englist is loaded by default
> and maybe, the language of the open system if present. I wonder if it could
> be possible to add a command line to select the language we want on startup
> ? Or better add something in the preference to change the language
> dynamically (or with a restart of musescore) ?
>
> Thks
> Lasconic
>




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Re: Language support

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its now available in r1011.

Werner

On Montag 16 Juni 2008, Lasconic wrote:

> Hi !
> Here is the mscore_fr.ts file. I completed the most I can. I follow the
> guide and try to build mscore and install but the fr files are not deployed.
> I guess there is something to change in a makefile to deploy them to
> /usr/local/share/mscore/locale. The french is not in the combo box in the
> preference also. If you don"t mind make the change :) I don't want to break
> something ...
>
> Thks !
> Lasconic
>
>
> 2008/6/14 Lasconic <[hidden email]>:
>
> > Hi !
> > Just see the last changelog r1009. Seems my wish has been fulfilled :)
> > Thanks a lot. The french translation is on the way 60-70% completed :)
> >
> > Lasconic
> >
> > 2008/6/13 Lasconic <[hidden email]>:
> >
> >
> >> I'm not sure the "right" language is the one of the OS and english by
> >> default might not be good as well. That's also why I ask for this.
> >> Regarding adding a translation I assume you talk about this one :
> >> http://mscore.sourceforge.net/en/translations.php. I will take a look.
> >>
> >> Thks !
> >> Lasconic
> >>
> >>
> >> 2008/6/12 Werner Schweer <[hidden email]>:
> >>
> >> On my (german) windows mscore pops up in german. Its a function of the
> >>> qt library to find out the system language. No user action is required
> >>> to set the "right" language. The LC_ALL environment variable trick is
> >>> only for testing on linux and will probably not work on windows.
> >>> Adding a new language is explained in
> >>> http://localhost/mscore/de/translations.php
> >>>
> >>> Werner
> >>>
> >>> On Donnerstag 12 Juni 2008, Lasconic wrote:
> >>> > Hi !
> >>> > I see in the SVN that a spanish template file has been added. I wonder
> >>> if
> >>> > you can add a french one too.
> >>> > Regarding language, I see on the mscore website that you can change the
> >>> > language by using LC_ALL on linux. I don't think it works on windows.
> >>> And
> >>> > even if it works, a majority of windows users don't know how to set a
> >>> > environment variable. I think that on windows englist is loaded by
> >>> default
> >>> > and maybe, the language of the open system if present. I wonder if it
> >>> could
> >>> > be possible to add a command line to select the language we want on
> >>> startup
> >>> > ? Or better add something in the preference to change the language
> >>> > dynamically (or with a restart of musescore) ?
> >>> >
> >>> > Thks
> >>> > Lasconic
> >>> >
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
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Re: Language support

lasconic
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Thank you !
Can you make a windows test release for everyone :) ?


2008/6/16 Werner Schweer <[hidden email]>:
its now available in r1011.

Werner

On Montag 16 Juni 2008, Lasconic wrote:
> Hi !
> Here is the mscore_fr.ts file. I completed the most I can. I follow the
> guide and try to build mscore and install but the fr files are not deployed.
> I guess there is something to change in a makefile to deploy them to
> /usr/local/share/mscore/locale. The french is not in the combo box in the
> preference also. If you don"t mind make the change :) I don't want to break
> something ...
>
> Thks !
> Lasconic
>
>
> 2008/6/14 Lasconic <[hidden email]>:
>
> > Hi !
> > Just see the last changelog r1009. Seems my wish has been fulfilled :)
> > Thanks a lot. The french translation is on the way 60-70% completed :)
> >
> > Lasconic
> >
> > 2008/6/13 Lasconic <[hidden email]>:
> >
> >
> >> I'm not sure the "right" language is the one of the OS and english by
> >> default might not be good as well. That's also why I ask for this.
> >> Regarding adding a translation I assume you talk about this one :
> >> http://mscore.sourceforge.net/en/translations.php. I will take a look.
> >>
> >> Thks !
> >> Lasconic
> >>
> >>
> >> 2008/6/12 Werner Schweer <[hidden email]>:
> >>
> >> On my (german) windows mscore pops up in german. Its a function of the
> >>> qt library to find out the system language. No user action is required
> >>> to set the "right" language. The LC_ALL environment variable trick is
> >>> only for testing on linux and will probably not work on windows.
> >>> Adding a new language is explained in
> >>> http://localhost/mscore/de/translations.php
> >>>
> >>> Werner
> >>>
> >>> On Donnerstag 12 Juni 2008, Lasconic wrote:
> >>> > Hi !
> >>> > I see in the SVN that a spanish template file has been added. I wonder
> >>> if
> >>> > you can add a french one too.
> >>> > Regarding language, I see on the mscore website that you can change the
> >>> > language by using LC_ALL on linux. I don't think it works on windows.
> >>> And
> >>> > even if it works, a majority of windows users don't know how to set a
> >>> > environment variable. I think that on windows englist is loaded by
> >>> default
> >>> > and maybe, the language of the open system if present. I wonder if it
> >>> could
> >>> > be possible to add a command line to select the language we want on
> >>> startup
> >>> > ? Or better add something in the preference to change the language
> >>> > dynamically (or with a restart of musescore) ?
> >>> >
> >>> > Thks
> >>> > Lasconic
> >>> >
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
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> >>
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