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Old 11-08-2012, 02:00 AM   #204
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Originally Posted by diba View Post
Another request, what I could not solve for my former versions is the shop. It remains english and I had no clue in 3.3 how to localize. Have you done this for 3.4? Could actually not find how to translate shop pages.
I did a little inquiry and I think I know how to translate the store. The question is, if it's worth the effort.

Basic store definition (URI and such) is here: /opt/amazon/ebook/config/marketplace.json

Other interesting variables are here: /opt/amazon/ebook/prefs/xyml_prefs

But the most interesting fact is, that Kindle caches every shop page (XML file) in /tmp/apps/xyml_cache/www.amazon.com_*.xml files.
There are all the phrases. If a daemon would watch this dir and translate any untranslated file with sed, the shop would appear localized on the next visit.
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