We're only users here no one can answer that question.
Send feedback to Apple asking for this. See Aperture->Provide Aperture Feedback
Sorry and thanks, Frank.
As far as I know, none of the "Pro" applications do support Spanish - so it is really important, that you send feedback and let Apple know, that langage support for Pro applications for the large Spanish speaking community is required.
Thanks for your help.
I know another application "Pro" for musicians.It's called LOGIC and has a Spanish version (why not Aperture?).
I will take your advice and will give my opinion to Apple.
It's called LOGIC and has a Spanish version (why not Aperture?).
Logic has a Spanish version? That is a good sign! I never noticed, since I only use GarageBand. So there is hope
Manubass wrote: Sorry and thanks, Frank.
No need to be sorry it was a valid question. Its just as i said no one here can do anything about htis. You need to tell Apple how you feel.
Garageband has a spanish version too.
Where?. Any link to Apple?.
See > http://www.apple.com/es/feedback
Apple has got most of their applications translated into Spanish, and some of them into Catalan, but some professional apps not
The way to contact Apple for Aperture feedback is shown in my first post.
I know - the iLife applications (iMovie, iPhoto, GarageBand) and iWork applications all have Spanish versions, it is only the Pro versions (Aperture, Final Cut) that are sadly lacking.
I can't find your link, I can't see "Provide Aperture Feedback". Can you explain where exactly to find it.
In Aperture, click the menu item "Aperture", then click the sub-item "Provide Aperture Feedback".
I´m sorry if I seem a little lost, but I´m still not finding what you refer to.
To be clear, are you in the web of Apple itself, or community?.
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