Version 0.7 supports messages in multiple languages. If there's support for your language, the extension will pick it up automatically by using the same language that your MediaWiki is configured for. This support is on two levels: first, there are the messages embedded in the maps themselves (such as "Map", "Satellite", and "Terrain"). This comes from Google, which supports English (en), Japanese (ja), French (fr), German (de), Italian (it), Spanish (es), Catalan (ca), Basque (eu), Dutch (nl), and Galician (gl).
The second level is the set of messages in the editor's map. These messages come from users like you, and version see SVN has messages for:
- Brazilian Portugese
- German (formal and informal)
- Upper Sorbian
Would you like to see support for another language? Please go to translatewiki.net and translate the messages!
To override a particular message in your MediaWiki installation, just add a variable called $wgGoogleMapsCustomMessages to LocalSettings.php. This variable should use the same identifiers that you see in GoogleMaps.i18n.php. For example, if we want to Germanify "yes" and "no":
$wgGoogleMapsCustomMessages = array( 'yes' => 'Ja', 'no' => 'Nein' );