QuestTranslator displays the translated text for the quest direct into original quest frame or in a separate window. He works next to the window QuestLog, as well as during conversations with NPCs (QuestFrame).
Available yet languages: Japanese, Polish, Italian.
Change language translations - by simply modifying the main file .toc (default setting is a pseudo-translation into English).
This archive contains only polish version. Another language is possible in archives on Project Page (link below).
For example, if your WoW is installed under "C:\Program Files\Blizzard\World of WarCraft" you should see below structure once you have correctly unzip the addon:
C:\Program Files\Blizzard\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\QuestTranslator\Fonts\
C:\Program Files\Blizzard\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\QuestTranslator\QuestTranslator.toc
C:\Program Files\Blizzard\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\QuestTranslator\QuestTranslator.lua
C:\Program Files\Blizzard\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\QuestTranslator\QuestTranslatorFrames.xml
C:\Program Files\Blizzard\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\QuestTranslator\QuestList.lua
C:\Program Files\Blizzard\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\QuestTranslator\QuestData_<language>.lua
The default language is English translation of (pseudo-translation). To change it into Japanese or Polish, please follow the simple change to the file QuestTranslator.toc .
Line containing QuestData_en.lua change to: QuestData_jp.lua for japanese, or to: QuestData_pl.lua for polish, or to: QuestData_it.lua for italian language.
QuestTranslator was inspired by addon QuestJapanizer (Version: 0.5.8, author: lalha), which displays the translated text into Japanese in QuestLog quests. QuestTranslator extends its functionality by displaying text quests in any (previously prepared) language translation of the text and displays the quest right away when talking to the NPC offering the quest (the quest for acceptance of the download, its progress or passing the final quest).