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The [[Scratch]] programming language and website has been translated into more than 60 languages with the help of [[translators|volunteer translators]] from all over the world.
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The [[Scratch]] programming language and website has been translated into more than 60 languages with the help of [[translators|volunteer translators]] from all over the world to allow a wider variety of people to use Scratch.
  
 
The [https://github.com/LLK/scratch-l10n/wiki/Guide-for-Scratch-Translators Guide for Scratch Translators] on the Scratch Localization repository has information for anyone interested in translating Scratch.
 
The [https://github.com/LLK/scratch-l10n/wiki/Guide-for-Scratch-Translators Guide for Scratch Translators] on the Scratch Localization repository has information for anyone interested in translating Scratch.
  
=== Using the inbuilt language changer ===
 
{{NotUseful|Not really a 'translator', but a language changer}}
 
Scratch provides an in-built translator. At the bottom of the page, you can find a dropdown box, which is by default, set to English. When you click that, you will be able to see a list of languages. Select which language you want it to be translated into. The page will be translated. If it isn't translated, try reloading the page.
 
[[File:ScratchTranslate.png|(default)px|thumb|The translate option at the bottom of the webpage]]
 
 
[[Category:Website Tutorials|Translate Scratch]]
 
[[Category:Website Tutorials|Translate Scratch]]
 
[[de:Wie wird Scratch übersetzt?]]
 
[[de:Wie wird Scratch übersetzt?]]
 
[[ja:Scratchのウェブサイトを翻訳する方法]]
 
[[ja:Scratchのウェブサイトを翻訳する方法]]

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The Scratch programming language and website has been translated into more than 60 languages with the help of volunteer translators from all over the world to allow a wider variety of people to use Scratch.

The Guide for Scratch Translators on the Scratch Localization repository has information for anyone interested in translating Scratch.

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