11 de Mayo 2007
Google Earth in Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Korean, Arabic, and Czech
The new Google Earth 4.1 beta which was released two days ago has something new which I think is important to highlight. Those of you who speak these languages will now find the ability to use Google Earth in your native language: Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Korean, Arabic, and Czech. To use Google Earth in another language, simply go to the "Tools->Options->General" page and look for "Language settings". You will have to restart Google Earth after choosing a different language. The screenshot to the right shows what it looks like to make the change.
Google is very savvy about supporting the needs of a global audience. They have an impressive language support capability for all of their applications. I am going to have to consider offering this blog in other languages.
[UPDATE 1730 ET: Google also created versions of the Google Earth web site for each of the new languages which you can see here: Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Korean, Arabic, and Czech. This via the Google LatLong Blog.]
Enviado por FrankTaylor at 11 de Mayo 2007 a las 09:41 AM
Enviado por: m_k at 11 de Mayo 2007 a las 11:34 AM
Enviado por: Ernst M. Kofler at 11 de Mayo 2007 a las 03:25 PM
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