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[libreoffice-l10n] Re: LibreOffice Berber translation


Ah I was behind the times, I wasn't sure of (neo-)Tifinagh was encoded but it would appear that it has Unicode code points.

I can offer you some general pointers on the translation side of localisation but in terms of how to technically get started, you need Sophie or another admin.

All the best,

Mike

11/10/2010 17:02, Sgrìobh Aferkiw N Tamazgha:
In my Case I want to localize the Kabyle version ...

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I want to localise in kabyle language (variant of berber in north of
Algeria)

Iso 639 code is KAB
and the microsoft LCID is Tamazight (Latin) 2143

What is the process ? Wich is the first step ?


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