I'm still looking for a way to implement translations in an easier way.
For now, it's still done by hand. That's not usable :P
Anyway, if you want to translate, please do so
But do translate the BETA instead of the latest full version. Instructions can be find in post #1 and #2.
I added many functions (so text), and it's not worth it to translate twice
Well, maybe I'll wait for a while. Don't see so many Danes here, so once you get an easier translate going, I'll be more than happy to help. But for now, I might just have to re partition my hard drive, so I can take this for a spin. Look really awesome.
Sorry for the typos - Better safe than sorry.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus [maguro] Official CM11 nightly, or KitKang. Asus Nexus 7 [grouper] Official CM11 M-release
If everything else fails, trust your common sense. Squirrels are nice
[^] Implemented my own APK Tool (Compile, Decompile, Zipalign, Sign, Extract, Repackage)
[^] Implemented Smali, Baksmali, Odex, De-Odex, etc
[>] Merged Compile and Decompile. quite a job.
[>] Merged Extract and Repackage.
[^] Added Aroma menu. Not yet usable, hold on.
[^] You can now choose your key when signing
[^] A HELL LOT of bug-fixes. I wasn't using the functions, so did not find out they were not working anymore.
[^] JDKInstaller now supports building ICS.
[>] When Building from source, you can now choose your device
[>>] Build from Source big-bug fixed.
[>>] Switch BUILD-Mode big-bug fixed
[>] Completely re-designed Resize, it was confusing for some users. Clear now?
[>] Updated SAI script for myself, first every changelog had to have 11 lines in total :P
[>] Switched to Build* instead of Source*. Build* now also includes Kernel building (not fully defined yet!)
[>] Redesigned the tool, again :P Every time more and more options to come. Request please!
[>] Implemented red text. That will highlight a warning
[>] When using "SA" instead of "./SA", the script will now also copy all arguments.
[ ] Every piece of the script is now much cleaner. I updated the "case" situation again.
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