Language files from 1.1?

13 years 5 months ago #64154 by serk
Language files from 1.1? was created by serk
Hello,
must i use with the version 1.2 the old language files from 1.1 (or earlier)??

Or are other languages available?

Thank you!

Best regards,
serk

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13 years 5 months ago #64190 by nant
Replied by nant on topic Re:Language files from 1.1?
serk wrote:

Hello,
must i use with the version 1.2 the old language files from 1.1 (or earlier)??

Or are other languages available?

Thank you!

Best regards,
serk


I will be posting language plugins for CB 1.2RC within the next couple of days.

German and Dutch are current contributions.

Hopefully more will come in soon.

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13 years 5 months ago #64197 by chessman
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I'm already working on the French translation to have another language available.

50% already done. Trying ti finish it within this week then i send the file to a friend so he can correct it (in case of).

Have a nice day.

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13 years 5 months ago #64363 by serk
Replied by serk on topic Re:Language files from 1.1?
Thank you, i´m waiting for it...

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13 years 5 months ago #64450 by duto
Replied by duto on topic Re:Language files from 1.1?
hey nick,

any news about the german lang file?
is it ready or do you need you help in translating?

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13 years 5 months ago #64455 by serk
Replied by serk on topic Re:Language files from 1.1?
right, when you need help with the german language files, we can make 50:50! Are you begun with it? You can PM me Nant...

Duto wenn du willst teilen wir uns das? ich mache die kurzen Sachen, du die langen? Mein englisch ist nicht soooo prall! Schreib mir ne PM!

Post edited by: serk, at: 2008/06/03 19:38

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