fincs wrote:Please don't. I extremely hate it when a web page tries to be "smart" and show its content in my native language. I'd rather read it in English, thank you very much. It's even worse if there's no way to change it or if this setting doesn't persist. Even though my browser's default language is set to English (and so my OS/all other software), my v4 IP is still a Spanish IP and many sites love using geolocation. Google, I'm looking at you :roll:
Well, I'm just for promoting the internationalization of the official site. As tank said, you would see the English page if your browser UI is in English. Moreover, you could visit the special language's page with the special link, e.g. https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/
for English. Of cource you could also switch to it in the main page.
fincs wrote:Oh, not to mention that non-English documentation may take a longer time to be updated.
The German help is updated immediately, and the Chinese is also updated quickly (I notice that many Chinese would use old Chinese help instead of the latest help in English). I hope there will be many documentations for more languages.
PS: If there were promotion ambassadors for AutoHotkey, I hope I would be one. haha