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Native Language Support


Language Pages on Wiki
বাংলা
中國的
Deutsch
español
Français
ελληνικά
Magyar
italiano
日本語
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한국인
Nederlands
Polski
Português
Русско
Svenska
ภาษาไทย
English
tiếng Việt
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Configuring Localization
Instructions for setting up Puppy to allow typing in non-latin character sets, such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, etc. ~This is different from a localization because the underlying system is still in English or other Western language.
You might want to do this if:
    • you share a computer with friends or family members who speak different languages from you.
    • you are learning a new language or languages, and don't yet feel knowledgeable enough to handle menus in the new language(s).
    • you are running an internet café, or a multi-lingual workplace. You may want have several languages available to users, and still have the underlying system in the local language for support purposes.
The software used for this is SCIM (smart common input method).

Basic Installation

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Application Localization

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CategoryMultilingual
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