Here's the language file for Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig) for anyone who wants it. For extra support, you can also visit www.iGaidhlig.net
Feel free to notify me of any Gaelic-related issues. I can't do anything about the bad plurals, Skype doesn't allow proper plural formatting.
If someone has figured out how to use a .lang (or convert one) to something Mac OSX or Linux can use, please let me know too.
09-07-2012 16:06 - edited 09-07-2012 16:07
Sure, will do.
A question - how come that the Add New Contact dialog is not part of the .lang file? If I click Contacts > Add Contact, the window that pops up has a localized title but the content is all in English ("If they're on Skype too, calls are free", "Enter all the details you know", "Email", "Phone Number" etc). The country names are also not up fo localization for some reason, which is a shame. Any idea if that can be changed somehow?
<sigh> ... at least tell me that you're looking to improve the l10n process, with better support for non-official languages on platforms other than Windows? Waiting is easier if you know stuff is moving in the right direction
Interesting - can you tell me more? I came across some forum postings about Qt Linguist and Skype but I have not been able to track it down.
I have never come across iLocalize. I found their website but it's thin on detail about how it works. What exactly are the problems of exchanging localizations?