Well, that’s an unfortunate bug. It appears that something got mixed up during shipping of the last UI localization files. Here’s how I fixed it on my machine. Unfortunately WeSay is not developed right now and so it’s unlikely that someone will ship a new installer to fix this in a timely manner. That said, I was able to make some changes on my local machine to get it to work. Here’s a recipe to get it working:
- In WeSay, change the interface language to Burmese and open a project. Observe that the UI is not in Burmese, but Malay (this is what you reported).
- Close WeSay.
- In Windows, browse to
C:\Program Files (x86)\WeSay\common
- Rename the
- Open the WeSay project. Now WeSay correctly opens the project with the UI localized in Burmese
Note, this change makes it so that you cannot access the Malay UI localization. I assume this isn’t an issue for your project
Hope this helps.