[Localization] Where can I translate Qt Framework?

sujiniku sujinikusityuu at gmail.com
Fri Feb 9 00:33:26 CET 2018

Sorry, on my used OS, just it is old version Qt installed.

I used Fedora 27. When I looked at the install command in Fedora,
  qt 5 - qtbase - gui x86 - 64 5.9.4 - 1. fc 27 @ updates 16 M
As shown, the version of qt seems to be somewhat older 5.9.

Sorry to trouble you.

2018-02-09 0:14 GMT+09:00 scootergrisen <scootergrisen at gmail.com>:

> Den 07-02-2018 kl. 23:34 skrev sujiniku:
>> I currently translate Tiled, one of the applications using Qt.
>> This application uses Qt Framewaork, and of course, that part can not be
>> translated by Tiled's translation site.
>> Although Qt phrases such as "Discard" and "Cancel" are displayed in
>> "Tiled" application, they can not be translated on the Tiled website.
>> Therefore, I need to translate the Qt Framework.
>> So please let me know where Qt Framework can be translated.
> The common strings like "Discard" etc. can be found in the qtbase file.
> Look under Qt 5.10 to see if your language is there or under Templates.
> In the Help > About Qt dialog you can see which version of Qt is used.
> Sometimes newly release software does not use the newest Qt version so it
> might take some time to see your translation get used.
> http://l10n-files.qt.io/l10n-files/
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