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  • #13506

    Denis

    Hello,

    I’ve followed this instructions step by step.

    http://v-play.net/doc/howto-multi-language/

    I’ve created en_EN.qm file and placed it into my project into qml/translations folder.

    But when I run my application nothing changes.

    Hope, you could help me.

    Moreover, if I add string

    GameWindow{

    Component.onCompleted:{

    //

    //…

    //

         <i>settings</i>.language = «de_DE»

    //

    //…

    //

        }

    }

    into your chicken outbreak project nothing happens – language is still english.

    #13520

    Günther
    V-Play Team

    Hi Denis!

    Unfortunately, the post you referred is a bit outdated – sorry for this error in our documentation.

    We currently do not offer any additional translation support compared to standard Qt applications. You may use the available Qt Localization features also with V-Play apps and games: Internationalization with QtQuick.

    Best,
    Günther

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