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by judas » Tue Sep 11, 2007 8:48 am


I just noticed the link to Buy MM2.5 gold on the spanish home page is broken. also, it will be good to say that mm is USD $19.95 instead of just $19.95 on the front (spanish) homepage!

Brazilian Portuguese done!

by Gervasio Antonio » Wed May 03, 2006 1:38 pm

Hi, rusty!
Check your mail box.
I've send Brazilian Portuguese translation to you.


by JaroU » Sun Apr 30, 2006 7:58 pm

Hi Rusty !
Why not? I have translated MM, so I can translate main page into polish 8)
Let me know how can I do this.


MediaMonkey localized web pages

by rusty » Fri Mar 10, 2006 4:22 pm


Although MM is available in various languages, we've spent little time explaining to people who don't speak english why they should give MM a try (the exception to this is the limited content currently provided for the following languages:
spanish: ). With the release of MM 2.5.2 we'd like to expose MM to a broader audience, and provide users with a greater amount of localized information.

With that in mind, we've created new destination web pages and MediaMonkey descriptions. Let me know if you're interested in translating the following:

Web Page:

MediaMonkey Descriptions: ... terial.txt

Also, just an fyi, here's a really useful tool for translating Web pages and/or text files that let's you avoid having to deal with any html editing issues: ... erview.htm