These are some ways that you can help Wallch's development!
Translations ARE CLOSED!
Wallch's developers have used the Qt IDE in order to create Wallch itself. Translation files for Qt projects are '.ts' files. If you want to help us by translating our application to your language, follow the video below.
English is the default language of the program, so you'll have English as prototype and from English words you will have to translate it to your language.
You may translate Wallch in any language you may know, but it will not be included in version 3.0
The program (Version 3.0) is currently already translated in:
English, Greek, Arabic, Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
Instructions for any future translations in this video:
The wallch.ts file the video is talking about can be found HERE (Sourceforge Link)
Do you have any question? Did you find any bug? Do you have anything you would like to share with us or with other Wallch users? Let us know by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org to show your support, reporting bugs at launchpad and asking questions there too. You can also ask for support at ubuntuforums.org! Your feedback counts!
All apps sometimes don't work as they should, under some specific circumstances. If you find a bug in Wallch, you can feel free to report it here. If you have some coding experience, you can possibly help us by proposing solutions or posting patches for some bugs. Also, reviewing the code is welcome. For your information, Wallch is coded in C++ using the QtCreator IDE.
You can find the code that is currently being developed right here.
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