- Syntaxes supported, not really language codes.
German requires the following additional soundfile:
Spanish requires the following additional soundfile:
Dutch, Portuguese & Spanish require the following additional soundfiles:
- en - English
- de - German
- es - Spanish
- fr - French
- it - Italian
- nl - Dutch
- pt - Portuguese
- pt_BR - Portuguese (Brazil)
- gr - Greek
- no - Norwegian
- se - Swedish
- tw - Chinese (Taiwan)
- ua - Ukrainian
NB these are plural:
- vm-INBOXs singular of 'new'
- vm-Olds singular of 'old/heard/read'
- vm-INBOX nieuwe (nl)
- vm-Old oude (nl)
- vm-new-a 'new', feminine singular accusative
- vm-new-e 'new', feminine plural accusative
- vm-new-ych 'new', feminine plural genitive
- vm-old-a 'old', feminine singular accusative
- vm-old-e 'old', feminine plural accusative
- vm-old-ych 'old', feminine plural genitive
- digits/1-a 'one', not always same as 'digits/1'
- digits/2-ie 'two', not always same as 'digits/2'
- vm-nytt singular of 'new'
- vm-nya plural of 'new'
- vm-gammalt singular of 'old'
- vm-gamla plural of 'old'
- digits/ett 'one', not always same as 'digits/1'
Dutch also uses:
Spanish also uses:
Italian requires the following additional soundfile:
- vm-ny singular of 'new'
- vm-nye plural of 'new'
- vm-gammel singular of 'old'
- vm-gamle plural of 'old'
- vm-nuovo new
- vm-nuovi new plural
- vm-vecchio old
- vm-vecchi old plural
Chinese (Taiwan) requires the following additional soundfile:
- vm-tong A class-word for call (tong1)
- vm-ri A class-word for day (ri4)
- vm-you You (ni3)
- vm-haveno Have no (mei2 you3)
- vm-have Have (you3)
- vm-listen To listen (yao4 ting1)
- Don't use vm-INBOX or vm-Old, because they are the name of the INBOX and Old folders, spelled among others when you have to change folder. For the above reasons, vm-INBOX and vm-Old are spelled plural, to make them sound more as folder name than an adjective.