I am working on a new version of E2B that will have a STRINGS.TXT file which will contain all the words displayed by E2B batch files and menus, etc.
This will mean that to change language, you just need to add the one language folder to your E2B drive and add a \_ISO\MyE2B.cfg file
e.g. To convert E2B to Spanish you would
Add a \_ISO\e2b\grub\SPANISH folder (which contains a STRINGS.txt text file)
Add a \_ISO\MyE2B.cfg file (which sets the language and the Main heading, etc.)
There will be no need to change the standard grub4dos batch files or .mnu files or .txt files that are already in E2B.
This will make it much easier for anyone to translate E2B into other languages as they just need to edit the file in a new language folder + create a MyE2B.cfg file.
This will take a week to do and test, but then I hope to encourage people to submit new language STRINGS.txt files to me, so I can add them to E2B.
It will support Chinese and other non-ASCII languages.
e.g. The STRINGS.TXT file will contain lines of words/phrases displayed to the user by E2B. You would just need to change these into your own language - e.g.
$$STRb001=XP INSTALL - STEP 1\n===================\n\nIMPORTANT: You must boot from USB drive again and run STEP 2 after this!\n
$$STRb002=64-bit XP ISO detected!\nYou will need to press F6 to load 64-bit Firadisk driver
$$STRb003=ISO detected as Windows %OSTYPE% (use 'XP', '2K3' or '2K' in ISO filename if incorrect)
$$STRb004=If this is incorrect, please type xp 2k or 2k3 now:
$$STRb005=Will look for Windows %OSTYPE% drivers only
$$STRb006=DPMS2 Options (32-bit only)\n===========================\n1=SRS Driver+FiraDisk - default=FiraDisk + OEM drivers\n2=SRS Driver+FiraDisk+WinVBlock - default=FiraDisk + OEM drivers
$$STRb007=3=SRS Driver+WinVBlock+FiraDisk - default=WinVBlock + OEM drivers (>512MB only)
$$STRb008=Auto-Detect SATA/AHCI/RAID 32-bit Mass Storage Drivers ([Y=2]/N/1/2/3) :
$$STRb009=Auto-Detect SATA/AHCI/RAID 32-bit Mass Storage Drivers ([Y=2]/N/1/2) :
$$STRb010=PLEASE NOTE: If booting from a USB-HDD, say YES to the next question....
$$STRb011=Load XP ISO into memory (recommended) ([Y]/N) :