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Fortunately there are tools now available to make editing .po files easier. The recommended tool for creating and updating .po files is Poedit. It's an open source app that makes using gettext (usually a terse command line tool) almost a pleasurable experience. Since I personally have no earthly idea how to use gettext, and have only ever used Poedit, the rest of this quick tutorial will read as if Poedit is the only way to actually get the job done.
 
Fortunately there are tools now available to make editing .po files easier. The recommended tool for creating and updating .po files is Poedit. It's an open source app that makes using gettext (usually a terse command line tool) almost a pleasurable experience. Since I personally have no earthly idea how to use gettext, and have only ever used Poedit, the rest of this quick tutorial will read as if Poedit is the only way to actually get the job done.
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See our UsingPoedit page for details on how to download, install, and configure Poedit.
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See our [[PCSX2 Documentation/Using Poedit]] page for details on how to download, install, and configure Poedit.
    
==PCSX2-specific Extension: Iconized gettext Identifiers==
 
==PCSX2-specific Extension: Iconized gettext Identifiers==
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