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Florian
post Oct 30 2005, 13:32
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If you want to translate Mp3tag, just install the latest Development Build in your prefered language and copy the file English.lng from from the lang directory in Mp3tag's program directory to <YourLanguage.lng>.

Please note, that the order of the keys in this file must be preserved (_C_OK and so on), that placeholders like %artist%, %album% should not be translated. Other placeholders like %s and %d are filled with data at runtime and have to be preserved too. Please also note that you have to preserve the order of multiple placeholders (e.g. "%d and %s" needs to be in the same order in the translated string).

The language file is encoded with UTF-8 with BOM (Byte Order Marker).

Please don't hesitate to ask, if there are any questions!

Thank you very much!

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JamesMaverick
post Sep 4 2017, 17:36
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What is the ampersand, i.e. &, in the file for?
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post Sep 4 2017, 17:40
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QUOTE (JamesMaverick @ Sep 4 2017, 18:36) *
What is the ampersand, i.e. &, in the file for?

It denotes the character that gets highlighted in menus and dialogs if the user presses the [Alt] key to allow for quick access of this window element.


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