- Russian - Speysar, AlexDerev and fidelich
- Italian - mzo
- Croatian - navdra
- Lithuanian - Petras Šukys
- French - nico@nc
- Polish - PeeJay
- Spanish - Sordnay and Javier Araujo
- German - diemadedrei (send donations via PayPal to benschuette1@webBANANA/1234.de - remove BANANA/1234 if you aren't a spam-bot)
- Slovenian - Kos (novakprimoz12@BANANA/1234.com - replace BANANA/1234 with gmail)
- Hungarian - Gábor Barta
- Japanese - akiyoshi
- Chinese (Simplified) - athena-秋风
- Chinese (Traditional) - Hector Lin / 黑特
Please get in touch if you'd like to translate Llama into a different language.
Llama Translation Tool
The page below shows you all of the phrases in Llama. You can use it to view the translations for a language, see what phrases are missing
Please contact me before you use this tool... someone else may have already done so and I may not have got around to updating this blog page. I don't want you to waste your time!
It works best in Chrome. Firefox and IE will freeze up whilst it's doing stuff, just give it time.
This textbox contains a computer-readable copy of the phrases that you have entered. You can use it to copy your changes to the clipboard, which you can then paste into Notepad and save as a text file. To reload your translations, simply paste the text you copied before into the text box and press the 'Import translations' button. It doesn't matter what language is currently selected.
- Please try and keep any symbols (like hypens, question marks or exclamation marks) intact. In some places you will see \n or \u0020. These are 'new line' and whitespace. Try and format your translations according to how the English is formatted.
- Llama is friendly, so use informal language if possible :)
- I'd prefer if you didn't translate the word 'Llama' into your language, since it's an acronym, and also the name of the app.
- Also, you may see %1s, %2$s (or %1$s). These will be replaced with a piece of text. e.g. 'set %1$s to %2$s' will be replaced as 'set BLUETOOTH to 1 minute'. If your language requires you to swap the order that they are inserted, then your translation can be written as set %2$s for %1$s for something like set 1 minute for BLUETOOTH
- Press the ENTER key to move to the next translation textbox. If you need a new-line in a translation, type \n instead. e.g. Hello\nWorld
Last updated 05 February 2014 at 21:26
I've now reached the page size limit of blogger.com. There are now three translation pages each with a different set of languages! Use the menu at the top to switch between them.