Apr 272011

This should have been done a long time ago, but a lot of extenuating factors have been at play here. The following translations have been added/updated:

  1. New
    1. Japanese, thanks to Trippyboy.
    2. Czech, thanks to Ivojan.
  2. Updated
    1. Spanish, thanks to Memoria De Una Desmemoriada
    2. Simplified Chinese, thanks to Wang Feng
    3. Traditional Chinese, thanks to Yilin
    4. Brazilian Portuguese, thanks to Luigi Rotelli.
    5. Italian, thanks to Giuseppe Lodi Rizzini.
    6. German du and sie, thanks to Connie Müller-Gödecke.

As always, the details about translation can be found on the official translations page.

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