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Kiwix uses Translatewiki to translate its user interface

Kiwix user interface is translated in more than 80 languages. This page explains how to proceed to improve these translation by adding/updating string translations.

The translation of strings does not need any special computer skills. Everybody can help! Translators do this using Translatewiki, a really powerful online translation platform.

In order to improve Kiwix user interface translation in your native language:

  1. go on,
  2. create an account
  3. choose your mother language,
  4. request the translator permissions,
  5. translate the strings of Kiwix which still need to be translated.


Beside the translators part of the work, the Kiwix source code needs to be synchronized with Translatewiki. This needs to modify Kiwix source code and need computer related skill. Do you want to know more?


We also need people to translate this wiki. You just need to create an account to translate one article or two!

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