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      Rainmeter localization

      Rainmeter supports displaying many items of its user interface in the local language selected by the user. These items include: the Rainmeter installer, the Manage interface, the About interface, the New Skin interface, various skin and application context menus, and various message boxes produced by the application. In order for these translations to be complete and correct, we need some help from you, the Rainmeter community.

      How do you help?

      This will require that you have or create an account on The Rainmeter Forums.

      1. Check the status of the language you want to translate
        • Languages that are up to date, will be marked Complete and have a green background.
        • Languages that are outdated, will be marked Incomplete and have a red background.
        • Discontinued languages are severly out of date and will have a grey background. These languages will not be included with Rainmeter until they are 100% complete.

      2. Click on the row of language to go to the forum thread for that specific language

      3. Download and edit the language .h and .nsh files1
        • In the first post of the language thread, right-click and "Save as" to download both the .h and .nsh files for the language. Save them to some local folder on your PC.
        • Open the files in any text editor, and add missing string translations or make any corrections. Save the files.

      4. Post your updated .h and .nsh files on the forums
        Click the "Reply" button to create a new post in that language thread. Use the [code][/code] tags to paste the entire contents of both the .h and .nsh files you corrected2.

      1 If you are a Github user, you can also create a Pull Request as an alternative.
      2 If you are only translating a few items, just post the newly translated items instead of the entire contents of the .h and .nsh files.

      That's all there is to it. The development team will incorporate your changes, and they will be available for use in the next beta or release version of Rainmeter. This is a great help for the Rainmeter project and your fellow users in the Rainmeter community, and your effort is greatly appreciated!


      Language Lang ID Status
      Arabic 1025 Complete
      Bulgarian 1026 Complete
      Chinese (Simplified) 2052 Complete
      Chinese (Traditional) 1028 Complete
      Croatian 1050 Discontinued
      Czech 1029 Complete
      Danish 1030 Complete
      Dutch 1043 Complete
      English 1033 Complete
      Finnish 1035 Incomplete
      French 1036 Complete
      German 1031 Complete
      Greek 1032 Complete
      Hebrew 1037 Incomplete
      Hungarian 1038 Complete
      Indonesian 1057 Complete
      Italian 1040 Complete
      Japanese 1041 Complete
      Korean 1042 Complete
      Latvian 1062 Discontinued
      Lithuanian 1063 Discontinued
      Malay 1086 Complete
      Norwegian (Bokmal) 1044 Discontinued
      Polish 1045 Complete
      Portuguese (Brazil) 1046 Complete
      Portuguese (Portugal) 2070 Complete
      Romanian 1048 Complete
      Russian 1049 Complete
      Serbian (Cyrillic) 3098 Complete
      Serbian (Latin) 2074 Complete
      Slovak 1051 Complete
      Slovenian 1060 Incomplete
      Spanish (Modern) 3082 Complete
      Swedish 1053 Complete
      Turkish 1055 Complete
      Ukrainian 1058 Complete
      Vietnamese 1066 Complete

      An alternative for GitHub users

      If you have an account on GitHub.com, and are reasonably familiar with the concepts of git repositories and the GitHub web interface, you can save some time and trouble for both yourself and the development team.

      1. Create a fork of the Rainmeter Repository on GitHub.
      2. Make any changes to the .h and .nsh files for the language you are interested in.
      3. Commit these changes to your fork.
      4. Create a pull request in the Rainmeter repository.