A large number of translations by An Drouizig are available on computer. Here is a list of PC translations
Firefox is free and open source software from the non-profit Mozilla Foundation. An Drouizig began working on PC translations of Firefox browser in Breton from version 0.6.
LibreOffice is a free office suite developed by The Document Foundation. It includes 6 downloadable applications: the Writer text editor, the Calc spreadsheet, the Impress presentation tool, the Base database manager, the Math scientific formula module and the Draw graphic document creator.
Clementine is a cross-platform music player. Inspired by Amarok 1.4, it has a simple and quick to use interface for searching and listening to music. To put the software in Breton, click on Tools > Preferences and inside the Behavior window you can choose Breton.
Bank Account Manager
Homebank is a light and easy-to-use software that is used to manage your daily expenses and income. It allows you to clearly visualize the different items of expenditure and the distribution of your personal budget.
VLC is a free and open-source media player and system capable of playing most media files as well as DVDs, Audio CDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols. To configure the software in Breton: after installing the software, go to Control Panel/System/Advanced/Variable environment/New (Name = LANG / Value = br).
Pinta is an image editing application with an interface similar to that of Paint.NET on Windows. Pinta is available on Windows, Mac and Linux. To put the software in Breton: although the software contains the translation into Breton, it will not be directly in Breton when it is installed.
- Close Pinta.
- Go to Program files/Pinta/Locale to find all translations.
- Go to the directory called fr.
- Copy-paste the file into it.
- Go to the directory called br.
- Copy the file. Go back to fr and paste the file. The file will take the place of the French one.
- Close everything and launch Pinta: the interface will be in Breton.