WHat language is used is controlled by the system language priority (System Preferences > Language and Text > Re-order list). You can't set it independently of the system preference right now unless you use an alternate launcher like Language Switcher: http://www.tj-hd.co.uk/en-gb/languageswitcher/
I'd strongly recommend enabling such an option soon.
I found that many of the translations for VCS commands like commit, push, pull etc. only serve to confuse people. Therefore I like to have my VCS software interface in English, even though I don't want to have all my system in English.
As this shouldn't be that difficult to implement I would also rather not install some additional software to work around this deficiency.
So far I found SourceTree to be one of the best graphical git clients for windows. Keep up the good work - and make the interface language variable, please :-)
This is quite ridiculous. Expecially for as good a project as this. I'm going back to 1.3 because I can't find any workaround working for windows, and the italian translation is so awful I can't even find merge function... and this after messing around language settings for a while, that will surely give some frustrating problems later
Guys, the question was asked in 2011.
It is 2018!!!
Is there a clear answer to how switch interface language (back to English)?
In other languages all sprint jargon is confusing!
Cannot relate what I am doing to SCRUM metodology $#%&$@(%
Actually, after backing up the database (local) through XML, is it possible to reinstall the product? And in case the data is overritten, resore the XML?
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