Switching to Sisulizer?
Switching is easy.
Switching to Sisulizer from another localization tool is very easy
and you are not going to lose any of your translations. There
is no reason not to use Sisulizer—your business will profit greatly from Sisulizer.
Import your translations to Sisulizer
The best way to import your existing translations is to read them
from your localized binary files. Just follow these simple steps:
- Create localized files using your old localization
- Click File > New to create a new Sisulizer
- If your old project contains several files, click
Project > Add Source to add additional source files
- Right-click the column header of the language
that you want to import to, and choose Import to open
the Import Wizard.
- Browse to the localized file name and complete
If you are using Multilizer™ 6.x you can simply use File | Open in Sisulizer to import your .mpr file.
Sisulizer can import from many sources
If you are switching to Sisulizer, you will be happy to see how
many formats are supported to import translations.
- Any database table with language pairs
- Borland® Translation Repository files
- Multilizer™ project files (.mpr)
- Multilizer™ dictionary files (.mld)
- New and old Microsoft Glossaries (.csv)
- Text files (.txt)
- TMX files (.tmx)
- PO/POT files
- And many more options
Where applicable, you can import by context, by original value,
or even using both methods. You can import only strings or all items.
When the format provides the pertinent information, you can import
statuses and comments. Sisulizer has very flexible import filters.
Don't wait. You can start right away
- You can try Sisulizer with your project right now for free.
- It is absolutely safe because Sisulizer does not change your source
files in any way.
- Everything you translate with the demo version
can be used with the licensed version.
- Deliver your software to new markets.
- Start with the download of your Sisulizer evaluation right now.