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Re: Malaysian version precise-e2
You find the screenshot instructions in our style guide:
files.ubuntu-manual.org/style-guide.pdf (chapter 5).
To "activate" the ms language, you have to move it to the top of the
list, like Daniel explained. I have done this in my 12.04 version and
everything is in your language (In Nautilus I see: Rumah, Gambar, Umum
etc.). In the window Sokongan Bahasa, tab Bahasa (language) the first
item in my list is Bahasa Melayu. If you want to use it for the whole
system I think you have to choose Lakasanakan Keseluruhan-Sistem.
Apart from this, you should also install the ms language pack. Start
Synaptic (or install this first if you haven't yet) and install
language-pack-ms. When done, all the applications you use will have
menus etc. in your language.
If this is ok, you can take your localized screenshots.
If you still have questions, just send them to this list.
Op 17-12-12 13:57, Susah Sebut schreef:
Guys, can you give me any links regarding screen shots guideline for
ubuntu manual.While doing the proofreading I notice that the
translated items should be the same as the screen shot attached as to
not confusing the reader.
What I'm serching exactly is the info about the screen shot - do i
need to use ms version of ubuntu for the screen shot or i could use
english version of ubuntu.
I've tried installing ms language in my 12.04, but i couldn't activate
that means i can't take screenshot of ubuntu apps etc using ms. so i
think for any english words that is visible in screenshot (such as
continue button, install button, home folder, install Now button in
the Install screenshot etc) should stay in english.
what do you guys think?