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GoofyFr
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Your extension > localized

Post by GoofyFr » Tue Nov 14, 2006 9:28 pm

:) Hello dev team

I noticed your interesting extension was missing a locale structure so I created one, to be grabbed temporarily here on this page of mine :
http://goofy37.perso.cegetel.net/imacro ... 0.1-fx.xpi
(For information, I used Externalize extension by Dafi to semi-automatize the boring task of moving strings to entities)

Now the extension interface is much easier to translate (currently I set only en-US locale).
If you wish get more language locales for free, just go to http://www.babelzilla.org (I am a team member) and submit your extension. We are a site dedicated to the translation of extensions for moz family apps. We have volunteer translators from all over the world and an online translation system. We are maintaining translations for more than 300 extensions now, including the most popular ones.

You are welcome to hop on there ;)

Have a nice day
- Goofy
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Think Global, Make Locales!
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Post by Tech Support » Wed Nov 15, 2006 4:23 pm

Hello Goofy,

Thanks for the information. We will use it in the next updates!
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