Several months ago, Ilja Godau published an article on this site detailing the technique you can use to add custom language support to Web Interface 4. At that time I asked anyone who created such translations to please send them to me. I’m happy to announce that I’ve received Dutch and Norwegian translation files so far.
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The Dutch (Nederlands) translation was created by Pieter Verkiel and updated by Martijn Bosschaart. The Norwegian (Norge) translation was submitted by Sigurd Erland. The Belgian files were created by Rajendra Soebhag. The Swedish files were created by Stefan Freij.The Italian files were created by Stefano Santini.
So as it stands now, Web Interface 4.0 is available in the following languages:
If you need a language that’s not listed here, it’s simple to make the translations yourself by following the steps outlined in Ilja’s original article. Then email your files to me (email@example.com) and I’ll add them to this list.
WI4 Norwegian Norge Language Files.zip
WI4 Nederlands Dutch Language Files.zip
WI4 Belgian Dutch and French Language Files.zip
WI4 Swedish Language Files.zip
WI4 Italian Language Files.zip