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SketchUp is now available in Chinese (Traditional)

As of today, Google SketchUp is available in fifteen of the world's most popular languages. It has taken us a while to get there, but I'm proud to announce that we've just added Chinese (Traditional) to the list of languages we support, along with French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Dutch, Korean, Turkish, Czech and Chinese (Simplified). On behalf of all of us out here in Google's Boulder office, I'd like to say "您好" to all of you, and welcome you to the SketchUp user community.

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可愛蜥蜴的歡樂世界 said...

That is really a great news to me!
It would be more convenient to the people like me

Crowleigh said...

When do we get it natively on linux?

SketchUp Team said...

Woops- left out a couple languages. SketchUp is also available in Dutch, Korean, Turkish and Czech!

J said...

PUHLEEZE give us a native linux version. Is it that hard starting from the MAC OS X code-base ?

So Pedestrian said...

(Waiting for the native linux version...)++