This release of the Java Desktop System includes localization enhancements.
The supported languages for this release of the Java Desktop System are as follows:
Brazilian Portuguese – User interface support only
This release of the Java Desktop System includes some localizations that are taken from the GNOME community. Sun Microsystems does not take any responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of these localizations.
The Java Desktop System is a fully Unicode-enabled, multilingual system that supports languages with Unicode UTF-8 encoding. The Java Desktop System also provides codeset conversion to support legacy (non-UTF-8) encodings. See Solaris 10 Release Notes for recommended locales and descriptions of issues you might encounter when you migrate to Unicode multilingual computing.