Chris22 Sep 2018 Developer, Moderator, Test Pilot
There's a download available on the downloads page , the Base Language File.
For those wishing to translate the user interface of doogiePIM into a more customised display then grab this file. Once you've downloaded the file, unzip it and place it in the locales\UI folder of doogiePIM. By default, the folder is:
If you don't have the "UI" sub-folder then go ahead and create it.
Now you should make a copy of the base file then start editing the copy, such as;
copy doogiePIMBaseLanguage.lang to Orcish.lang
Now edit Orcish.lang in Notepad++ or other text editor that supports UTF-8 Unicode.
Don't edit your file whilst you have doogiePIM using it. Always switch to a different language first then edit, then switch back. This is because doogiePIM, upon opening the language file, keeps it open in order to quickly get to the needed phrase instead of having to reopen it each time, making access very slow.
Go ahead and edit anything after the equals sign and don't forget to credit yourself if you send it back to me via email (if you want me to package it into the doogiePIM installation). I'm more than happy to place it on the downloads page for others to use.
If you need anything else, just ask me. I'm more than happy to accommodate most things and very happy for your support.