I have noticed that lots of people that only speak spanish are interested in using programs like Blender or making games, but it's a little hard to learn Blender if you don't know what it says.
So if anyone can give a hand here, I think Blender could be more accesible, thus helping with one of the purposes of the fundation. I know a little about programming and speak spanish, so I maybe do something about spanish but I bet that is the same with people that speaks only French or German or any other languaje.
Maybe it would be a good idea to put all text file which blender loads on startup so people can translate it to there own language.
I am fine with the english but i can image that other people who don't speak englisch ike to use blender to
|Coz wrote: |
|I have noticed that lots of people that only speak spanish are interested in using programs like Blender or making games, but it's a little hard to learn Blender if you don't know what it says. |
The Blender Spanish community is one of the biggers around the world (Over 600 members).
Now we have nice projects about Blender.
If you speak Spanish, take a look on: www.nicodigital.com
Thanks for your interest
"Some Day, All Will Be Digital"
Last edited by Caronte on Wed Mar 12, 2003 9:47 am; edited 2 times in total
anyone started german translation already? (of the program+docs)
i'm sure i can help
Don't know on the Windows world (been a lot since I left it) but in the Linux world applications have theyr interface translated in a breeze... you pick the languaje you want to use at the beginnig of your work session and there you have all translated: menus, help files, error messages, etc. (At least it works fine on RedHat)
But it doesn't work on all apps
How they do it? I would like to know!!!