Changing language in Freeway

I am a Dane and have downloaded Freeway Pro. But the Application’s language is in Danish, but I want the language - menu bar - tools etc. in English.
In the Resources folder there is a map named: "English.iproj.

How can I use this folder so the program is showing command and so on in English.

Thanks in advance for any help. - Frank


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On 1 Jan 2010, at 14:34, Frank Justesen wrote:

How can I use this folder so the program is showing command and so
on in English.

Try this:

  1. Quit Freeway.
  2. Launch System Preferences, go to the International section, and in
    the Language panel drag English to the top of the list.
  3. Launch Freeway, which should now run in English.
  4. Back in System Preferences, put your preferred language back to the
    top (this is to avoid launching other applications in English!).
  5. Quit System Preferences.

When you want to launch Freeway in Danish again, repeat those steps.

Hope that helps.

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Thanks Heather for your quick answer - I will try it - it sounds right - Have a Happy New Year - Frank
Den 01/01/2010 kl. 15.52 skrev Heather Kavanagh:

On 1 Jan 2010, at 14:34, Frank Justesen wrote:

How can I use this folder so the program is showing command and so on in English.

Try this:

  1. Quit Freeway.
  2. Launch System Preferences, go to the International section, and in the Language panel drag English to the top of the list.
  3. Launch Freeway, which should now run in English.
  4. Back in System Preferences, put your preferred language back to the top (this is to avoid launching other applications in English!).
  5. Quit System Preferences.

When you want to launch Freeway in Danish again, repeat those steps.

Hope that helps.

Heather

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Or better still simply Get Info on the Freeway application icon in the
Finder and disable the Danish language for the application. Freeway
will now choose the first language set in the System Preferences that
it also has activated within the application. You can now run just
Freeway in English (for example) while keeping other applications in
Danish.
Regards,
Tim.

On 1 Jan 2010, at 14:52, Heather Kavanagh wrote:

When you want to launch Freeway in Danish again, repeat those steps.

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You are right. But I cant find this option. In Get Info. Thanks for
your answer - Frank

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Den 02/01/2010 kl. 01.52 skrev Tim Plumb email@hidden:

Or better still simply Get Info on the Freeway application icon in
the Finder and disable the Danish language for the application.
Freeway will now choose the first language set in the System
Preferences that it also has activated within the application. You
can now run just Freeway in English (for example) while keeping
other applications in Danish.
Regards,
Tim.

On 1 Jan 2010, at 14:52, Heather Kavanagh wrote:

When you want to launch Freeway in Danish again, repeat those steps.

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Hi Frank,
You should see something like this when you get Info for the
application:


Regards,
Tim.

On 2 Jan 2010, at 11:38, Frank Justesen wrote:

You are right. But I cant find this option. In Get Info. Thanks for
your answer - Frank

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Sorry for the last mail with the attachment - This is what i got:
http://frankjustesen.dk/public_html/permission.png

On 02/01/2010, at 13.01, Tim Plumb wrote:

Hi Frank,
You should see something like this when you get Info for the application:
http://www.freewayactions.com/test/freeway-languages.png
Regards,
Tim.

On 2 Jan 2010, at 11:38, Frank Justesen wrote:

You are right. But I cant find this option. In Get Info. Thanks for your answer - Frank

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Sometime around 2/1/10 (at 14:11 +0100) Frank Justesen said:

http://frankjustesen.dk/public_html/permission.png

That’s a funky-looking Info window! I assume you’re using third-party
software to enhance (as it were) aspects of your system…

Anyway, try collapsing some of those sections. You should have a
Languages panel somewhere in that lot, but it may be pushed
off-screen.

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If you’re using Snow Leopard then you can’t change the language for individual apps (a feature apparently?!), you need to use the trick that Heather suggested in the first post.

Joe

On 2 Jan 2010, at 15:50, Keith Martin wrote:

Sometime around 2/1/10 (at 14:11 +0100) Frank Justesen said:

http://frankjustesen.dk/public_html/permission.png

That’s a funky-looking Info window! I assume you’re using third-party software to enhance (as it were) aspects of your system…

Anyway, try collapsing some of those sections. You should have a Languages panel somewhere in that lot, but it may be pushed off-screen.

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In Leopard when I switch a language off using the Get Info box I hear
a resounding ‘clunk’ sound as the .lproj folder is moved from the
Resources folder in the application bundle to the Resources Disabled
one. Assuming Apple haven’t changed things too much you should be able
to move the folder manually to prevent Freeway from using the chosen
language.
I would, however, recommend not fiddling with the innards of an
application unless you know what you are doing as you can leave things
in a state where the application can become unstable or even fail to
run at all.
Regards,
Tim.

On 4 Jan 2010, at 09:39, Joe Billings wrote:

If you’re using Snow Leopard then you can’t change the language for
individual apps (a feature apparently?!), you need to use the trick
that Heather suggested in the first post.

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Sometime around 4/1/10 (at 09:49 +0000) Tim Plumb said:

you can leave things in a state where the application can become
unstable or even fail to run at all.

Good point. Duplicate the app first.

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