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<small>''Other versions:''
<small>''Other versions:''
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Revision as of 14:02, 7 May 2012

Other versions: [[{{{en}}}/ca|Català]] [[{{{en}}}/cs|Česky]] [[{{{en}}}/de|Deutsch]] [[{{{en}}}/en|English]] [[{{{en}}}/es|Español]] [[{{{en}}}/fr|Français]] [[{{{en}}}/it|Italiano]] [[{{{en}}}/ko|한국어]] [[{{{en}}}/pt|Português]] [[{{{en}}}/ru|Русский]] [[{{{en}}}/sk|Slovenčina]]

How to use:

{{Other languages| en=Name of the English version | ... other versions ... }}

will be replaced by a list of links to the translated versions of the page.
You must specify an English version, otherwise the template will not work.

This template works as follows:

  • If a localized version of the page is passed in the form language code=page name, then display a link to that page.
    Example: it=Inkscape in italiano creates a link to the Italian version Inkscape in italiano.
  • Otherwise, by default, link to Page in English/language code.
    Example: if the English page is Inkscape and no Italian localization is specified, then the template will link to Inkscape/it because the ISO 639-1 language code for Italian is "it".

They are the ISO 639-1 language codes. Here you can read the list of codes currently supported.

How to add a language to the list:

  • open this template in edit mode (click here)
  • search for your language
  • delete the <!-- and --> to uncomment the line. Please leave the <nowiki/> where it is.

If you can't find your language:

  • please search twice
  • learn the code here, then add an appropriate line