This update contains a fix for some issues with the Portuguese translation.
It’s easy to translate tweetz into almost any language. Tweetz supports most character sets and even right to left languages.
First locate the locale.js file in the tweetz gadget folder (c:\Users[User]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Sidebar\Gadgets\tweetz3.gadget). Open in a text editor that supports UTF-8 character encoding (Notepad.exe works, don’t use Wordpad, Word or other word-processing software). Edit the file with your translations and save the file. Restart the gadget and check that everything looks OK.
When you’re satisfied with the results, send the new locale.js file to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I’ll add it to the next release of tweetz.
Available on the downloads page.