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The first stage of support for other languages is now available. Click Options and select the General tab.

You may select the language used on the calendar portion of localendar. Available languages are English, Spanish, French, and German.

In the next phase, we will allow members to select the language used on the entire localendar interface. For now, this portion remains in English.

A new forum, "localendar for Non-English languages" , has been created. Please note that we can only provide support in English at this time.

We chose to roll "internationalization" out in stages for those members who are familiar with English, but need to publish a calendar on a non-English site.

If you are interested in assisting with translation of either the calendar portion or the localendar site to another language, please reply to this thread. We'll be offering free Premium Webmaster subscriptions as a thank-you for your help.
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The calendar in spanish is not correct.
for example:
in August (Agosto) 2009 it says that monday (lunes) is the 23rd and it should be the 24th.
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A response was also sent to you via email. I was able to log into your calendar and see that the 23rd is Sunday, and the 24th is Monday. Could you send a link where you are seeing otherwise?

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