I'll be removing Creature Comforts from WowAce early next week before the transition happens. Creature Comforts will continue to be available on WoWInterface and Curse; see the initial post in this thread for links to the addon's pages on those sites. I've added an in-game notification to this effect as well. The notification is intentionally huge and intrusive, and will appear on every load until you download the addon from somewhere else. :)
Creature Comforts should now work with all locales except esMX. I can't find anyone who plays in this locale to give me food name translations. :(
Creature Comforts now has full options! This means that translations are needed for all locales! If you play in a non-English client (or even speak another language fluently) and would be willing to translate some UI text, send me a PM.
esMX is "Latin American Spanish"... the "MX" stands for "Mexico" I believe. From my years of Spanish classes in high school, I recall that there are at least some minor grammatical differences between Spanish as it's spoken in Latin America and in Europe, so I didn't want to just give esES and esMX clients the same translations, as they may use different words for food types. If I could find anyone who actually uses the esMX client, I could verify whether or not the esES translations will work, but so far I haven't.
Well, they could be like me... oblivious to the existence of such locale :P Anyhow, Phanx, I'll grab it, see if I can translate some. (BUT I might not get it all right. I could try installing a French client and log in that way. Oh yeah, I'd need a hunter for it >.<)
The required functional translations are actually already done for everything but esMX. At this point I just need natural language translations. For example, the in-game warning that's shown when your pet isn't happy and needs to be fed: "Cat is hungry." This doesn't need to match some text string that's coded into each client, it just needs to be comprehensible to someone speaking the language. For instance, Spanish might look like: "Gato tiene hambre.", or Russian like: "ÐÐ¾ÑÐºÐ° Ð³Ð¾Ð»Ð¾Ð´ÐµÐ½."