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ikasaki
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Korean

Post by ikasaki »

Status: https://www.rainmeter.net/localization#Korean

Latest Korean translations:
Korean.h (Application)
Korean.nsh (Installer)

(right-click on the .h and .nsh links -> Save as. Then, simply open the files with Notepad)
deadcat
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Re: [Translation] Korean

Post by deadcat »

Here's other one. (We will be discussion Korean translation. standard name, other ect...)

How would we make korean translation group (or wiki, cafe, anyother..)?

If you now live in Korea, Please visit http://cafe.naver.com/window7 and find "데드캣" and message me.
Last edited by deadcat on October 10th, 2011, 11:27 am, edited 3 times in total.
poiru
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Re: [Translation] Korean

Post by poiru »

deadcat wrote:Here's other one. (We will be discussion Korean translation. standard name, other ect...)
Let me know what you two come up with and I'll add it later on. Thanks to both of you! :thumbup:
deadcat
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Re: [Translation] Korean

Post by deadcat »

Here is intergrated one. (I discuss him)

But It's beta. wanna more Korean translators. :)
Silvertree
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Re: [Translation] Korean

Post by Silvertree »

If you still need more help with translation I can probably help a bit but I'm not sure if I will be of help since I don't know my way around rainmeter all that well.
poiru
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Re: Korean

Post by poiru »

Sorry guys for the delay, been busy for a few days. I added your translation and it will be included in the next beta release :)
deadcat
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Re: [Translation] Korean

Post by deadcat »

Silvertree wrote:If you still need more help with translation I can probably help a bit but I'm not sure if I will be of help since I don't know my way around rainmeter all that well.
No problem. Many modifier make correction translate :)
deadcat
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Re: [Translation] Korean

Post by deadcat »

this is new one.

where can I edit trasnslate "Welcome to the Rainmeter 2.2 Setup..."?
poiru
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Re: [Translation] Korean

Post by poiru »

deadcat wrote:this is new one.
Updated, thanks :)
deadcat wrote:where can I edit trasnslate "Welcome to the Rainmeter 2.2 Setup..."?
That string is directly from NSIS. If you want to update that translation, you'll need to:
- Download nsis-2.46.3-Unicode-src.zip. The translations files are in nsis-2.46.3-Unicode-src.zip\Contrib\Language files\Unicode
- Submit the changes to jimATscratchpaperDOTcom (replace AT with @ and DOT with .)
deadcat
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Re: [Translation] Korean

Post by deadcat »

I've already sent e-mail, but the program did not reflect.