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[newbie Rainmeter] terme à traduire

February 15th, 2017, 6:18 pm
takius
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Good evening,
I just discovered RAINMETER
I installed the skin "Win10 Windget"
I want to change small element
But I can not find it

Notemment translate any term left in English
I would like to put them in French

Also, I would like to change the format of the date
Currently has the format
Wednesday, february 15 2017
I would love (in French more)
Wednesday 15 February 2017


For the weather, I would have liked to translate the weather terms

Thank you for your help



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Re: [newbie Rainmeter] terme à traduire

February 15th, 2017, 7:42 pm
balala
Rainmeter Sage   [3743 posts]

takius wrote:Good evening,
I just discovered RAINMETER
I installed the skin "Win10 Windget"
I want to change small element
But I can not find it

Notemment translate any term left in English
I would like to put them in French

Also, I would like to change the format of the date
Currently has the format
Wednesday, february 15 2017
I would love (in French more)
Wednesday 15 February 2017


What skin are we talking about, because the Win10 Widget suite has many. For the replace of the date format, I suppose about any of those contained into the DateTime folder, isn't it? But what other skins would you like to translate and what elements of them?
To change the format of the dates and to translate these dates, open the DateTime-Large.ini skin from the DateTime folder and look for the [MeasureDate] measure. Replace the Format option of this measure with the following one: Format=%A %d %B %Y.
To get the date in French, add to the same [MeasureDate] measure, the FormatLocale=fr-FR option.
You don't have to make all these in all four skins of the DateTime folder, because all of them use the [MeasureDate] measure of the DateTime-Large.ini skin.
takius wrote:For the weather, I would have liked to translate the weather terms

Here is a description of how can you translate a weather skin: https://docs.rainmeter.net/tips/webpars ... nslations/

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