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Just another chance: Settings -> Options -> DataSources tab, check Ignore shapefile encoding declaration. It might be necessary to restart QGIS and reload the data.
I found out how to solve this, when you open the shapefile in QGIS, choose macintosh where it says encoding
Since the QGIS team was very busy with launching QGIS 2.6 over the last days, your subscription may have come at the wrong time. Try to subscribe again, or contact Werner Macho directly. You will find his address at http://www.qgis.org/en/site/getinvolved/governance/organisation/governance.html#gui-translation Apart from that, you might have to sign in to ...
Update: Werner Macho just posted the following information on the mailing list: Regarding translation it is now easier than ever before to contribute and change the things yourself. Just get an account on transifex https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/QGIS and apply for the italian language - search for the typos and change them by yourself. That ...
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