Wait a little more for 2.8 and you'll be able to change the language
in the Image: Edit -> Preferences dialog.
Or install 2.7.4 as explained on the official GIMP wbesite.
2012/2/29 Normand <icipa...@gmail.com>:
> I wish it would be that simple. When trying to start (in Linux) Gimp
> " ...in console mode, type LANGUAGE=fr gimp ",
> Gimp still starts in English.
> May be it was working with previous versions (I'm running Gimp 2.6 on
> Ubuntu 11.04) but that doesn't work now.
> I haven't found anything else on Google to help me out. If you can
> point me in some (right) directions I'd appreciate that.
> On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 11:09 AM, bktheman34 <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
>> By default, GIMP uses your system language as the default language, but it's
>> easy to start GIMP in any language you want.
>> How to do it is mentioned in GIMPs user manual here:
>> bktheman34 (via gimpusers.com)
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