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New User Manager supports multiple languages.  
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User Manager supports multiple languages. This page contains user translated files, based on the standard language file from RouterOS.  
  
 
== Create your own translations ==
 
== Create your own translations ==
# Download language file template, containing English translations
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# Download language file [http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/5/59/En_EN_def.txt template], containing English translations
# Open it with poEdit. Language files are plain-text and can also be edited with any text editor if poEdit is not available.
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# Open it with poEdit. Language files are plain-text and can also be edited with any text editor if [http://www.poedit.net/ poEdit] is not available. Please, use '''UTF-8''' encoding for non-standard characters.
 
# Translate the file
 
# Translate the file
# Set the language:  
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# Set the language: in [http://www.poedit.net/ poEdit]: Catalog > Settings > Language, in text editor, change the line containing <code>"X-Poedit-Language: English\n"</code>
 
# Save it as .lng file. File name is not important (.lng extension is required), but it is recommended to contain translation language information, for example de_DE.lng for German translation)
 
# Save it as .lng file. File name is not important (.lng extension is required), but it is recommended to contain translation language information, for example de_DE.lng for German translation)
 
# Upload the file to router, using ftp
 
# Upload the file to router, using ftp
 
# If you are logged in to User Manager web, log out and log in again.
 
# If you are logged in to User Manager web, log out and log in again.
# There will be language select box on the menu. Select desired language.
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# In the web page there will be language select box on the menu. Select desired language.
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Multiple languages can be stored on router at the same time, desired language is chosen in customer web page. Every customer can choose its own language to use.
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== User translations ==
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* Spanish translation http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/b/be/Sp_SP_def.txt author: Jose Salazar, Spain.  Change txt extension for lng and upload it via FTP to Router.
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* Brazilian portuguese http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/6/67/Pt_BR2.lng.po Author: Carlos Fernando, Brazil
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* Brazilian portuguese translation http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/2/2c/Pt_BR.lng.txt author: Antonio Junior, Brazil. Change extension for lng and upload it via FTP to Router.
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* Italian http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/2/23/It_IT_def.txt author: Renato Bernardi, Italy. Change txt extension for lng and upload it via FTP to Router.
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* Russian http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/1/1f/Ru_RU.txt authors: Alexander Zotov and Eugene Nurullin, Russia. Change txt extension for lng and upload it via FTP to Router.
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* Arabic http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/9/9c/AR_AR.lng.txt Change txt extension for lng and upload it via FTP to Router.
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* Turkish http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/5/5c/Tr_TR_def.lng.txt Author: Bulent KUSVA and Umut Can YILDIZ
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* Bulgarian http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/a/a0/Bg_BG.lng.txt Author: Luboslav Colov
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* Persian http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/5/52/Umpersian.po Author: Hossein Hatami, Iran
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* Czech http://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/5/56/Cs_CZ.po Author: Martin Ryšavý, Czechia
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* French https://wiki.mikrotik.com/images/6/61/Fr_FR.po Author: Keuambou F. Yannick, Cameroon

Latest revision as of 12:59, 27 June 2018

User Manager supports multiple languages. This page contains user translated files, based on the standard language file from RouterOS.

Create your own translations

  1. Download language file template, containing English translations
  2. Open it with poEdit. Language files are plain-text and can also be edited with any text editor if poEdit is not available. Please, use UTF-8 encoding for non-standard characters.
  3. Translate the file
  4. Set the language: in poEdit: Catalog > Settings > Language, in text editor, change the line containing "X-Poedit-Language: English\n"
  5. Save it as .lng file. File name is not important (.lng extension is required), but it is recommended to contain translation language information, for example de_DE.lng for German translation)
  6. Upload the file to router, using ftp
  7. If you are logged in to User Manager web, log out and log in again.
  8. In the web page there will be language select box on the menu. Select desired language.

Multiple languages can be stored on router at the same time, desired language is chosen in customer web page. Every customer can choose its own language to use.

User translations