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Hello everyone!

I have a translated version of Cura and i might be helpful for others

here is a link

https://github.com/HuoSen/Cura/commit/5c5a80471564be0f3ffc43d21dbdb2578398429b

If is possible to add this translation to the main Cura, and there is a better way to do this, can someone let me know?

Thanks for the great software

Note,

To install this on your cura version 13.6.4

unzip this files on the root folder.

and run

Not sure but maybe requires Chinese fonts installed

 

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