openSUSE 11.1 planned to be launched in December 2008. As a reminder, countdown applet has been updated to reflect the 11.1 version.  From now on, it is also contains localization version based on browser preferences as described on Pascal Bleser blog post.
According to Pascal, openSUSE countdown will automatically detected language preference on browser and display related localization. Beside this method, we could also take another way, by using countdown image directly. As an example, I could used direct count down for Indonesian version by adding an “id” sufix as shown below :
[code language=’cpp’]

[/code]

There is 3 different format for count down : large, medium and small.

  1. Large version [code language=’cpp’]

    [/code]
  2. Medium version [code language=’cpp’]

    [/code]
  3. Small version[code language=’cpp’]

    [/code]
4 thoughts on “openSUSE 11.1 Count Down & Localization”
  1. Thanks for this post,
    so I can use Chinese(traditional) Version of counter.
    There’s something wrong about the lang-detection for Traditional Chinese (zh_TW),
    I have to add .tw

  2. Thanks for this post,
    so I can use Chinese(traditional) Version of counter.
    There’s something wrong about the lang-detection for Traditional Chinese (zh_TW),
    I have to add .tw

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