[GNC] Language support: RE: Saved report configurations
Not sure how it works but version 2.6 installed in Spanish on a Spanish
language Windows 7 computer with the correct Spanish accounting vocabulary.
I don't have to translate for my accountant. Very cool! From your answer,
I'm assuming version 3.4 will do likewise.
From: Geert Janssens <[hidden email]>
Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2019 2:30 AM
To: Roger Oliver <[hidden email]>
Cc: Gnucash <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [GNC] Saved report configurations
Op woensdag 20 maart 2019 02:10:11 CET schreef Roger Oliver:
> That worked. Thanks. You are correct, my intention was to experiment
> with 3.4. I thought I would try copying the stylesheet file to the
> test computer as well. That did not work, I suspect because the
> picture file is not in the test computer.
You can try to copy that picture to the test computer as well. But it will
have to be stored in exactly the same path to be found by gnucash. If it's
in another path, you will have to update the stylesheet from within gnucash.
> I take it that 3.4 will install with the Spanish accounting terms,
> etc., on a Window 7 computer with the Windows language set to Spanish.
> Is that correct? Spanish is not a language choice on the list when
> installing the program but it installed on our working computer in
> Spanish anyway. That was a boon for us.
Yes. The language selection in the installer is only used for the messages
found in the installer. No one has offered us a Spanish translation of these
installer messages yet hence the installer will not offer Spanish.
Regardless of the language you choose in the installer, gnucash will be
installed with all the languages it supports and so if it supports your PC's
language it will try to use that.
Re: [GNC] Language support: RE: Saved report configurations
Op woensdag 20 maart 2019 16:14:46 CET schreef [hidden email]:
> Not sure how it works but version 2.6 installed in Spanish on a Spanish
> language Windows 7 computer with the correct Spanish accounting vocabulary.
> I don't have to translate for my accountant. Very cool! From your answer,
> I'm assuming version 3.4 will do likewise.
> Thanks much,