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Post by ACalcutt » Thu Oct 25, 2007 7:32 pm

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Post by dupin » Sun Feb 24, 2008 9:21 am

I attach a revised spanish language file.

it took me a while to find out why i was not getting signal level readings... until i read the "Notes" section in the download page :smilegrin:

As celsmk said, it sounds better now.

saludos desde argentina
best regards from argentina

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Post by ACalcutt » Sun Feb 24, 2008 12:14 pm

Thanks. It helps to have someone who knows the language make the language pack :-)

Would you be able to add some of the new additions to the file?
PhilsMultiPHPgraph=Graph all APs (Phils PHP version)
GpsDetails=GPS Details
Quality=Quality
Time=Time
NumberOfSatalites=Number of Satalites
HorizontalDilutionPosition=Horizontal Dilution
Altitude=Altitude
HeightOfGeoid=Height of Geoid
Status=Status
Date=Date
SpeedInKnots=Speed(knots)
SpeedInMPH=Speed(MPH)
SpeedInKmh=Speed(km/h)
TrackAngle=Track Angle
Close=Close
ConnectToWindowName=Connect to a network
RefreshingNetworks=Refreshing Networks
Start=Start
Stop=Stop
ConnectToWindowTitle="Connect to" window title:
RefreshTime=Refresh time (in ms)
Enable=Enable
Disable=Disable
Checked=Checked
UnChecked=UnChecked
Restart=Restart
RestartMsg=Please restart Vistumbler for language change to take effect
NoSignalHistory=No signal history found, chech to make sure your netsh search words are correct
NoApSelected=You did not select an access point
UseNetcomm=Use Netcomm OCX (more stable) - x32
UseCommMG=Use CommMG (less stable) - x32 - x64
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Re: Language Packs - Help needed

Post by dupin » Sun Feb 24, 2008 10:04 pm

I translated the new additions.
I have some doubts about some of the terms (the GPS related terms, specially "Height of geoid" - which I translated literally - and track angle - I googled it, and is "Track Angle Error", is it?)

Another question I have is where do "Checked" and "Unchecked" applies to the software. I'm in linux right now and can't test it. I didn't translate them because I don't know the context.

Is sintaxis correct in the "ConnectToWindowTitle" line? I tried to respect format.

Thanks for this great software! I'm glad I can contribute in some way.

Saludos,
Best Regards,

dupin
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Re: Language Packs - Help needed

Post by ACalcutt » Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:39 pm

dupin wrote:I translated the new additions.
I have some doubts about some of the terms (the GPS related terms, specially "Height of geoid" - which I translated literally - and track angle - I googled it, and is "Track Angle Error", is it?)
These are terms I am not completely familiar with either, but I will do my best
"Height of geoid" is short for "Height of geoid above WGS84 ellipsoid". "WGS84 ellipsoid" is the theoretical shape of the earth. The "Height of geoid" is basically the difference from the theoretical shape and the actual shape earth (in distance). See http://aprs.gids.nl/nmea/#gga

"Track Angle" is the degree mesurement of the direction you are traveling. (e.g. North = 0 deg., South = 180 deg., East = 90, West = 270 deg)
dupin wrote: Another question I have is where do "Checked" and "Unchecked" applies to the software. I'm in linux right now and can't test it. I didn't translate them because I don't know the context.
Checked and Unchecked are used on the "Set Column Widths" window. (Settings --> Set Column Widths)
dupin wrote: Is sintaxis correct in the "ConnectToWindowTitle" line? I tried to respect format.
"ConnectToWindowTitle" is just a label. It is used in (Extra --> Start Refreshing Networks). "Connect to" was taken from the start menu link
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The important setting is "ConnectToWindowName".
"ConnectToWindowName" needs to match the title of the windows connect to window (at the top of this image)
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dupin wrote: Thanks for this great software! I'm glad I can contribute in some way.
Thanks for your contribution :-)

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Re: Language Packs - Help needed

Post by dupin » Tue Feb 26, 2008 9:39 am

Right now I am a little short of time, when I finish with my exams I will have more time and check those translations.
Saludos,
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Re: Language Packs - Help needed

Post by dupin » Thu Feb 28, 2008 8:47 am

I re-revised the Spanish Language pack. I'm uploading the updated file.
I found some text strings which are not in the language pack file, so they are still in english:
Graph dead Time = Graficar tiempo inactivo
Set Column Width = Fijar ancho de las columnas

And I also checked the other translations, and "AutoSort" ("Ordenar Automáticamente") doesn't fit in the label space.

Saludos,
dupin
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Re: Language Packs - Help needed

Post by ACalcutt » Thu Feb 28, 2008 8:24 pm

:-) thanks for the update. I will include it in the next release

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Re: Spanish

Post by dupin » Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:22 pm

Hi! I've been using linux for a while, I just booted vista and saw the new version.
Some of the new features are not translated, and I could not find them in Español.ini...
so I translated them but did not update the language file.
Here they are:

Options:
AutoSave = Guardar Automáticamente

AutoSave:
AutoSave Every = Guardar Automáticamente cada
Seconds=Segundos
Delete AutoSave File on exit = Eliminar archivo guardado automáticamente al salir

Debug - Display Functions = Depuración - Mostrar Funciones
Graph Dead Time = Graficar tiempo muerto


File:
Open Save Folder = Abrir Carpeta de Guardado

Configuration:
Set Columns Width = Definir ancho de columnas

Saludos,

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Re: Spanish

Post by dupin » Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:33 pm

Just found some of the entries in the english language file.
I updated it, but the menu entries were not updated (most of them were not in the config file)
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Re: Spanish

Post by thira » Sun Jul 05, 2009 3:09 am

I am thira, and I am a author of Vistumbler Japanese Language pack.

When Vistumbler is updating, it has error on Vista Japanese version.
Please Re-name Ini-File "Español.ini" to "Spanish.ini" or "Espanol.ini" at next updating.
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Re: Spanish

Post by bobyweb » Sun Sep 11, 2011 11:48 am

Hi, I have created a new version from translate spanish lenguage pack. I hope that it´s fine. how upload for new updates from vistumbler? give me a mail and i send this lenguage pack ( spanish.ini) Thanks.

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Re: Spanish

Post by pferland » Tue Sep 13, 2011 11:39 am

Thanks for updating the Language File!
The Official upload is to attach it to your post on the forum.

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