Here's the code I used for PNotes/ATPad.
They set the language through a file name, not using the environmental variables or using international language codes.
GetAppLanguage: ReadEnvStr $APPLANGUAGE "PortableApps.comLanguageCode" StrCmp $APPLANGUAGE de Deutsch StrCmp $APPLANGUAGE en_us English StrCmp $APPLANGUAGE es_la Spanish StrCmp $APPLANGUAGE it Italian StrCmp $APPLANGUAGE jp Japanese StrCmp $APPLANGUAGE pl Polski StrCmp $APPLANGUAGE pt Portugese StrCmp $APPLANGUAGE ru Russian English Deutsch: StrCpy $APPLANGUAGE deutsch Goto GetCurrentLanguage English: StrCpy $APPLANGUAGE english Goto GetCurrentLanguage Spanish: StrCpy $APPLANGUAGE spanish Goto GetCurrentLanguage Italian: StrCpy $APPLANGUAGE italian Goto GetCurrentLanguage Japanese: StrCpy $APPLANGUAGE japanese Goto GetCurrentLanguage Polski: StrCpy $APPLANGUAGE polski Goto GetCurrentLanguage Portugese: StrCpy $APPLANGUAGE portugese Goto GetCurrentLanguage Russian: StrCpy $APPLANGUAGE russian Goto GetCurrentLanguage GetCurrentLanguage: ReadINIStr $0 "$EXEDIR\Data\settings\Settings.ini" "lang" "Language" StrCmp "$APPLANGUAGE.lng" $0 LaunchNow ;if the same, move on IfFileExists "$EXEDIR\PNotes\lang\$APPLANGUAGE.lng" SetAppLanguage LaunchNow SetAppLanguage: WriteINIStr "$EXEDIR\Data\settings\Settings.ini" "lang" "Language""$APPLANGUAGE.lng"
Anywho, thought you might like another coding tidbit.
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you spelt language wrong on
you spelt language wrong on these lines:
was there some meaning to this, or was it a typo by lamer when writing the INI reading part of PNotes?
but anyway, enough of the criticism. thanks for this, its going into HM NIS Edit Portable as i write.
Criticism good, someone might
Criticism good, someone might not have caught it, like me :(.
Actually, I kinda generalized it from the instances in PNotes/ATPad. Anywho, thanks and I 'll fix it.