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Re: [opensuse-translation] Problems and suggestions about openSUSE localization package installation
Op maandag 30 november 2015 16:38:01 schreef S.:
Did you try YaST -> Software -> Software Management -> View -> Languages
and select the appropriate language. You should get a list of packages
containing the localization for that language. You can enable or disable
required or unwanted packages.

Yes, thanks for the suggestion. The Languages tab is helpful, but
unfortunately it doesn't list all of the *-lang packages that are
required for most X11 applications. With the exception of certain
Mozilla programs, LibreOffice, and some parts of certain desktop
environments, most other X11 applications have a separate -lang
translation package that contains all available translations. For
example, NetworkManager-gnome-lang, gedit-lang, evince-lang, etc.

In that case you can enter -lang in the search field to find these packages. I
am Dutch so I need these -lang packages, which are auto magically installed. I
currently have about 80 of these packages. Don't know how much it takes.
Unfortunately they also have localization files for other languages than
Dutch. Only a small number of applications have these files separate. Nowadays
1 GB of wasted space on a disc is not very much.

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