SharePoint Learning Kit Language Packs

I’ve now rebuilt the language packs for SharePoint Learning Kit for use with 1.7 & 1.8. This has involved rewriting the extract and build process so that it’s repeatable.

Most of the languages haven’t been updated since 1.3.1 so any new strings added since then won’t be translated.

To install:

  1. Download the language packs from https://slk.codeplex.com/releases/view/612596 and unzip onto your SharePoint server.
  2. Open a PowerShell command prompt and navigate into the folder for your language.
  3. Run InstallSolution.ps1. This should add the localized package and deploy it.

The supported languages are:

  • ar-EG
  • ar-SA
  • bg-BG
  • cs-CZ
  • cy-GB
  • da-DK
  • de-DE
  • en-GB
  • en-US
  • es-ES
  • fa-IR
  • fi-FI
  • fr-FR
  • hr-HR
  • hu-HU
  • it-IT
  • ja-JP
  • lt-LT
  • lv-LV
  • nb-NO
  • nl-NL
  • pl-PL
  • pt-PT
  • ro-RO
  • ru-RU
  • sk-SK
  • sl-SL
  • sr-latn-cs
  • sv-SE
  • tr-TR
  • uk-UA
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Richard

I am Managing Director of SalamanderSoft Limited a company devoted to improving IT in education. I am also the project co-ordinator for the open source projects SharePoint Learning Kit and Microsoft Learning Gateway.

6 thoughts on “SharePoint Learning Kit Language Packs

  1. Version 1.7 is looking good! Keep up the good work! One question, is there support for SAML claims in this version?

  2. Hello! I’ve installed language pack (russian), but SLK webpart is still in English. Can I make localization by myself someway?.. I mean “To Do”, “Overdue”, “Due Today” and so on

  3. Iveback :Hello! I’ve installed language pack (russian), but SLK webpart is still in English. Can I make localization by myself someway?.. I mean “To Do”, “Overdue”, “Due Today” and so on

    Update:
    I’ve found some not translated elements at “ru-RU\Microsoft.SharePointLearningKit.xml” course code folder, but now I can not to compile new localization pack.. (

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