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Locales

by AndorChen ST2

A Sublime Text Package to l10n the UI.

Labels i18n, l10n

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  • Win 106
  • Mac 69
  • Linux 29
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Locales

A plugin to locale your Sublime Text UI.

NOTE: ONLY support Sublime Text 2 now.

screenshot-win7

Install

Manual

  1. Download the latest version here
  2. Unzip the archive
  3. Start your Sublime Text
  4. Open menu “Preferences - Browse Packages…”
  5. Place the unzipped folder into Packages directory

Package Control

  1. Press ctrl+shift+p (Win, Linux) or cmd+shift+p (OS X), open the pallete
  2. Type in “pckinstall”, and press Enter
  3. Type in “Locales”, and press Enter

Usage

From Menu

When installed, the Locales plugin will add a menu item in “Preferences”, named “UI Language”. In this menu, you can choose you preferred language, like “简体中文”.

In settings file

  1. Open menu “Preferences - Settings User”, the user's Preferences.sublime-settings file will open
  2. Add the setting: "locales": "zh_CN"

License

See License.md