On Dec 22, 1:43 am, "Rytis Umbrasas" <r...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > They end up with English strings interspersed in their localization. In
> > extreme cases maybe in mislabeled items, but I can't recall that
> > happening.I have made one more test today. It was MS Windows XP with LIP
> > (Lithuanian
> After opera's upgrade from 9.02 I'v got question about language.
> this way:http://img293.imageshack.us/my.php?image=bulgarvz8.png
> It's not very nice, that user must look at damaged texts. It should be
> fixed, but ok.
> At the languages list theres no Lithuanian, so user must choose.. English.
> After upgrade Operas 9.02 Lithuanian interface was changed automaticly to
> English :(
> User usualy don't want to change language when he is upgrading!
> Tools, Prefereces I wanted to choose Lithuanian again, but I see that
> choosen language value is Lithuanian. So theres no way to change
> Lithuanian to Lithuanian.
> User interface is - english.
> Ok. I have sucsessfuly changed language interface to english.
> Not to Lithuanian - there no result. English again.
> Now I have changed to ..Russian - ok. It works.
> Now to Lithuanian - it works again!
> So it looks like I found complicated way to keep Lithuanian interface.
> On other computer XP PRO English UI Opera 9.03. Changing languages does
> not work. (Maybe it's upggaded opera form maybe 9.01. I see - after
> upgrade changing language does not work well)
> I have made soft upgrade to 9.10 and theres no way to change any language
> by Preferences, Languages list. Of course I can download translation file
> manualy from opera's downloads, and then it will work. But it will be too
> dificult to ordinary not english user.
> It looks like Opera after upgrade has some problem with changing UI
> I hope, If would setup program have Lithuanian language in the setup
> languages list, maybe it would work. Now we must upgrade to other language
> than it was before upgrade.
> Sorry for not very well english..