Welcome to Thunderbird Add-ons.
Add extra features and styles to make Thunderbird your own.Tutup
About this Add-on
The screenshots give a general exposition of the tools and options supported by the extension. Note that the provided toolbar button must be added from the toolbar palette to be accessible directly.
If you have arrived to this page searching how to change the interface language once and for all, the recommended choice is to download and reinstall the entire application (either Firefox, Thunderbird or SeaMonkey) already translated to the target language.
Note that it's not to manage the preferred languages for the content of webpages, or the language for the spell-checker.
Available in: German (de), Lower Sorbian (dsb), Greek (el), English (en-US), Spanish (es-ES), French (fr), Upper Sorbian (hsb), Dutch (nl), Portuguese (Brazilian, pt-BR), Romansh (rm), Serbian (sr) and Chinese (Simplified, zh-CN).
You can help with the localization to other regions at BabelZilla. Arabic (ar) and Russian (ru) are currently the most wanted.
Users in experimental builds of Firefox/Thunderbird/SeaMonkey (Nightly/Daily/Aurora and so on): don't miss an important advice, in the Developer's Comments section, below.
- Users of language packs in a experimental updates channel (Nightly/Daily and, to a lesser extent, Aurora and Beta) are prone to, after an update of the application or a switch of the preferred language, found a ugly error message at startup or window loading, which prevents any further interaction, with the words "...Parsing Error: undefined entity...". It's caused by the language pack in use, which is incomplete. To fix it, force the execution of the application in Safe Mode, and then disable the conflicting langpack via the Add-ons Manager.
- Uninstalling this extension doesn't revert the value of any touched application preference; it shouldn't be considered as a method for to "fix" undesired language configurations.
The main icon used by this extension is from the icon theme of the Tango Desktop Project.
- Added new localizations: Upper Sorbian (hsb) and Lower Sorbian (dsb). Thanks to "milupo" user from babelzilla.org for providing them.