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As you might have already guessed, TeamLab shows off fresh knowledge in linguistics: three languages were added to the portal interface.

From now on TeamLab speaks Chinese (Simplified) due to the great work of Jason Zhang and Phoenix Y.F. Wong. They have managed to translate the whole TeamLab functionality.

TeamLab has also learnt Polish and a bit of Chezh. An excellent team of Polish contributors: Grzegorz Polak, Krzysztof Balana, Michal Skweres, Paweł Czekaj, Łukasz Zygiel have translated all the modules except the recently added CRM toolset.

Tomáš Kapler appeared to be the only brave soldier for the mission “TeamLab in Czech”. He’s translated all the Projects module and half of the Documents section.

We send a huge thanks to these people who help TeamLab become available in native languages for different nations and countries.

There’s still a lot of work to do as you may see. There’re so many languages left without attention. So if you’re ready to join the number of TeamLab contributors or feel eager to see how the whole system works – write to documentation@teamlab.com You’re more than welcome!

With our mutual efforts, users from every corner of the globe will be able to benefit from using TeamLab and enjoy their more effective work! :)

 
Comments (3)
  1. Modest - Reply
    December 18, 2011 at 11:30 am

    Thank you very much, is really a good news.
    1. Can you set the default font platform? The current font in different language visual effect is different, let user Settings will a lot more convenient.
    2. Have based on WF4. X development workflow plan? I thought the future complex applications cannot leave the workflow.

    • Olga - Reply
      December 20, 2011 at 2:32 pm

      Thanks for your feedback!
      Could you please list the exact sections where in different languages visual effect is different or give us a link to the screenshot?
      Concerning your request for “Have based on WF4. X development workflow plan”, if you mean the change of the development platform, we do not plan it.

      • Modest - Reply
        December 24, 2011 at 9:14 am

        In the Chinese language, “Microsoft Yahei” font is more beautiful, now of the font is rough.

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