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       Custom language for the user interface, possibility of translation into other languages
    Jiri
    post Jul 3 2011, 01:30 PM
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    What I quite miss in the official firmware is the possibility to translate the user interface into one's own language. Not all people are familiar with the offered launguages or they just prefer their mother tongue.

    It could be done in a similar way to the alternative firmware through a text file which is uploaded at the start (see for inspiration: wdlxtv custom translation).

    These individual translations could be available to download on this wdtv forum then.
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    post Jul 4 2011, 01:28 AM
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    If only WD's devs were even 1% as good as b-rad and his merry gang of FW hackers...
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