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Looks like it's caption and label "Language" are not available for translation (would be
nice to have them in SelectLanguageDialog.properties).
Yes, it is not translated. I thought it is better not translated because If you
accidentally switch language to something wrong, you still know what to do in this dialog
If you know what I mean...
Ah, I see your point. And I'm not sure it should be translated too - all controls are
pretty intuitive there, just saying in case you forgot about it. So feel free to decide
yourself if it is needed to be translated or not (maybe someone wish to say his opinion on
I think it should be translatable, since as focus said "all controls are pretty
intuitive", so its obvious how to change language since there is a button with country
BUT I think the languages themselves should NOT be translated in language selection, as in
- each language should be represented in their own language perhaps, because if person
changes language to a language they cannot understand they would have to go through all
the languages to get the language they can understand.