The Arduino IDE 2.0 now speaks your language
April twentieth, 2022—
It was solely final December that we put out a name for members of the Arduino group to contribute to the open supply growth and translation of the IDE 2.0. The response from the Arduino group has been phenomenal, and we are able to already announce the provision of some new language packs. So it’s time to replace your Arduino IDE 2.0 to model 2.0.0-rc6, the place it’ll permit you to change the language.
New languages for IDE 2.0
To start with, the next language packs can be found for IDE 2.0.
- Chinese language
However the work hasn’t stopped. Every single day folks from around the globe are including increasingly to the 25 language packs which can be in progress. You may take part with the continued growth of IDE 2.0’s translations by Transifex by clicking the button beneath.
Altering the language in IDE 2.0
In the event you’re focused on loading one of many translations for IDE 2.0, you’ll be glad to comprehend it’s tremendous easy.
Be sure to’re operating the newest model of IDE 2.0 (which is 2.0.0-rc6 on the time of writing), and cargo it up.
Open the “Preferences” possibility in the principle menu, and choose the required translation from the “Language:” dropdown. It’ll have to be restarted to vary to the brand new language, and then you definately’re good to go.
Thanks once more to everybody who’s becoming a member of our efforts in creating and translating the Arduino IDE. Arduino’s all about accessibility, so your contribution is prime to enhancing the expertise for all the international group.
An enormous due to Alix Anneraud as the primary contributor becoming a member of the IDE translation crew, and being the quickest fingers to get began earlier than we even formally introduced this function. An impressive contribution from cike567, too, for taking part within the Chinese language language translations for each Arduino IDE 2.0 and Arduino CLI venture.
And there’s been an enormous contribution for Bulgarian from Sorcerer_com, and Portuguese from Clodoaldo Souza, together with dozens of different folks all serving to their native Arduino communities. The entire Arduino crew expresses its thanks and admiration for the work you’ve all performed. Stick with it!