El dv 26 de 11 del 2004 a les 12:50 +0100, en/na Martin Otten va
If you want to translate Firefox, as I know, this is the wrong project.
The FC-translation-project only translates parts developed by the fedora
As Firefox is a product of the Mozilla Foundation you shall ask there
Please correct me if this is wrong.
Sorry, I didn't explain what I meant very well :(
There are translations for Firefox (and mozilla) already done. What I
meant was how to include the localizations by default in FC, because as
of FC3 they are not (correcte me if I'm wrong).
The browser is 50% of the desktop, and if it is not translated, we don't
have a very good localization support, and that's the first thing users
I know it is possible to get a localized firefox. What I did was to
install the "locale-switch extension" from:
and then my locale extension from:
But that's only user-wise.
I'd like a firefox-i18n-<locale>.rpm RPM which would install the desired
language for the whole system, and that the language would be selected
upon user locale preferences.
I wonder if some translation team has done something similar for their
locale, because I'd like to have the same for mine. I'm not
knowledgeable in building RPMs, so I don't know if such a thing is
possible or not (I hope it is! :).
Josep Puigdemont wrote:
>Does anyone know how to localize Firefox in FC3?
>Is it possible to create localized RPMs? Would it be possible to make
>them install by default?
>I'm interested to know how do you do it for your languages, thanks!
>P.S.: There's a bug #139290 related.
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