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sonny73044



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Fecha = Date in Spanish

@willow, I don't think anyone looked that far down in the .asm.
The additional translations are found all the way at the bottom:

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Post 26 Jan 2005, 14:05
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beppe85



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Portuguese brazilian: "Calendário", "Hoje", "Novo estilo"
Post 26 Jan 2005, 17:47
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bubach



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In that case..
Code:
datebut:
...
else if lang eq se
     db   ' Datum 1 '
     db   ' Datum 2 '     
Post 26 Jan 2005, 19:26
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sonny73044 wrote:
Fecha = Date in Spanish

@willow, I don't think anyone looked that far down in the .asm.

Laughing i did Very Happy
but i haven't translated "new style" yet.
willow,i see that you are ukrainian,so i guess you have an idea about that Smile

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Post 26 Jan 2005, 20:36
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I didn't untill willow's post Embarassed even adding all languages for my web site.
BTW calendar with all languages to date available here http:/www.geocities.com/sonny73044/meos_index.htm I will continue to add languages as they are posted.
Thanks again Ivushkin Andrey for the program and thanks to all for the translations Smile

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sonny73044 wrote:
I didn't untill willow's post Embarassed even adding all languages for my web site.
BTW calendar with all languages to date available here http:/www.geocities.com/sonny73044/meos_index.htm I will continue to add languages as they are posted.
Thanks again Ivushkin Andrey for the program and thanks to all for the translations Smile

Very Happy Smile
your site is nice (not graphically* Wink).
thanks for sharing all those files.
*btw it doesn't matter

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Post 26 Jan 2005, 21:43
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Thanks Mad_Overclocker, I just tried to "collect" all the software that's scattered around. And obviosly I didn't spend much time, maybe I'll update the site later, but I'm not to concerned with looks (besides my very limited html abilities Smile )
Actually it's my first site written with a text editor (I know there are plenty of html utils but its fun to learn)
Glad you found it useful and I appreciate the comment

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luka666



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Slovenian (addition):
1st date is 1. Datum
2nd date is 2. Datum


"Calendar", "Today", and "New style" translates to "Koledar", "Danes", and "Novi stil".

sonny73044: its okay site. i personaly dont care much about graphics. the important thing is the data it holds.
There is a error in the ukranian translation:
db 'Tchl'
four letters of allowed 3...
and i made mistake in days. sorry. corrected:
Code:
else if lang eq si 
     db   3 
     db   7 
     db   'Ned'
     db   'Pon' 
     db   'Tor' 
     db   'Sre' 
     db   'Cet' 
     db   'Pet' 
     db   'Sob' 
    


Last edited by luka666 on 28 Jan 2005, 17:42; edited 3 times in total
Post 28 Jan 2005, 16:38
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Polish translation:

Code:
else if lang eq pl
     db   11
     db   'Styczen    '
     db   'Luty       '
     db   'Marzec     '
     db   'Kwiecien   '
     db   'Maj        '
     db   'Czerwiec   '
     db   'Lipiec     '
     db   'Sierpien   '
     db   'Wrzesien   '
     db   'Pazdziernik'
     db   'Listopad   '
     db   'Grudznen   '
    


and days:


Code:
else if lang eq pl
     db   3
     db   7
     db   'Nie'
     db   'Pon'
     db   'Wto'
     db   'Sro'
     db   'Czw'
     db   'Pia'
     db   'Sob'
    
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luka666



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addition to spideros1`s post (he is to lazy to update himself Very Happy )
"Calendar", "Today", and "New style" is "Kalendarz", "Dzisiaj", "Nowy styl"
1st date, 2nd date is data 1, data 2

and a hungarian translation from Zeroflag:
Code:
else if lang eq hu 
     db   10 
     db   'Január    ' 
     db   'Február   ' 
     db   'Március   ' 
     db   'Április   ' 
     db   'Május     ' 
     db   'Június    ' 
     db   'Július    ' 
     db   'Augusztus ' 
     db   'Szeptember' 
     db   'Október   ' 
     db   'November  ' 
     db   'December  '
    


Code:
else if lang eq si 
     db   1 
     db   7 
     db   'V' 
     db   'H' 
     db   'K' 
     db   'S' 
     db   'C' 
     db   'P' 
     db   'S' 
    


Calendar = Naptár
Today = Ma
New style = gergely-naptár
1st date = 1. dátum
2nd date = 2. dátum
Post 28 Jan 2005, 17:39
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Quote:
sonny73044: its okay site. i personaly dont care much about graphics. the important thing is the data it holds.
There is a error in the ukranian translation:
db 'Tchl'
four letters of allowed 3...
and i made mistake in days. sorry. corrected:

Thanks luka666, I corrected the calendar & updated new langs, Thanks to all

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luka666 wrote:


sonny73044: its okay site. i personaly dont care much about graphics. the important thing is the data it holds.

exactly Smile

luka666 wrote:

There is a error in the ukranian translation:
db 'Tchl'
four letters of allowed 3...

Embarassed I have edited the post.
Thanks man Wink

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Just a thought.

How about a text clock running while calendar is displayed?

G'day, Mark
Post 21 Apr 2005, 09:22
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YONG



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Not sure whether or not it would accept 2-byte characters.

Anyway, here are the translations in Traditional Chinese:

Jan = "一月 "
Feb = "二月 "
Mar = "三月 "
Apr = "四月 "
May = "五月 "
Jun = "六月 "
Jul = "七月 "
Aug = "八月 "
Sep = "九月 "
Oct = "十月 "
Nov = "十一月"
Dec = "十二月"
(6 bytes long)


Sun = "星期日"
Mon = "星期一"
Tue = "星期二"
Wed = "星期三"
Thu = "星期四"
Fri = "星期五"
Sat = "星期六"
(6 bytes long)


Calendar = "月曆"
- "Per-day" calendar = "日曆"
- "Per-month" calendar = "月曆"
- "Per-year" calendar = "年曆"
(4 bytes long)

Today = "今天"
(4 bytes long)

New style = "新樣式"
(6 bytes long)


Edited:

If the word "date" refers to something like "April 22nd, 2005",
the translations would be:

Date = "日期"
(4 bytes long)

1st date = "日期一"
2nd date = "日期二"
(6 bytes long)


If the word "date" refers to a scheduled meeting or an appointment
with someone, the translations would be:

Date = "約會"
(4 bytes long)

1st date = "約會一"
2nd date = "約會二"
(6 bytes long)


YONG
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DC740



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it would be great to put the calendar inside menuetos, show the window when you click in the clock, and maybe add a clock changer
Post 22 Apr 2005, 18:31
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