Maybe this subject has been already discussed, but what about internationalisation in Volumio ?
Is there a easy way ( a sort of .dic file ) that allow to change the language setting in volumio ?
I saw that in some software (even commercial).
The soft is written in english, and for each language you can find a file call “italian.dic” or "french.dic " or “spanish.dic” in wich you have a translation for each command / line
play : jouer
next : suivant
previous : precedent
I’m ready to help for the french translation
This is a good idea, but this would make support a bit harder since many will post screenshots in there localised versions…
But I think that the usebase could increase when there is a localised version available.
I personally never seen the dic files I’ve seen them being called .lang mabey because dic can be found offensive
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Your could start with translations for sound@home see: sound-home-android-app-for-multi-rooms-and-other-t21-130.html#p9536
ok I my sample .dic means dictionnary… but I don’t think that the file naming is the most difficult …
Hi all, with a ton of help from @Balbuze, I’ve implemented language support in my theme selector project
head over HERE to download the files (located near the bottom of the first post).
If you’re interested in translating Volumio you can download a template (download provided at the bottom of the first post at the above link).