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3/1/2017

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to localize software at Government Agencies

To teach software localization at Universities

for software localization on Electronic Devices

To translate software for Biomedical Hardware

to localize software in the Mining Industry

to create multilingual software for Mechanical Engineering

 

How to let Visual Studio to compile satellite assembly files

In some situations you want to let Visual Studio to compile satellite assembly files. The following instructions describe how to do that.

  1. Turn off automatic satellite assembly creation in your Sisulizer project
  2. Add all the localized .resx files that Sisulizer created into Visual Studio project
  3. Rebuild your Visual Studio project

Turn off automatic satellite assembly creation in your Sisulizer project

Right click the Visual Studio project file (.csproj or vsproj) in Sisulizer's project tree and choose Properties. Select Options sheet and uncheck Compile resource files check box. This will disable compiling of localized .resx file into .resources files and also disables linking of the satellite assembly file.

Add all the localized .resx files that Sisulizer created into Visual Studio project

The easiest way to include localized .resx file is to go to Solution Explorer and open a form node. Every localized .resx file is visible there but as disabled (e.g. image is white empty document). Right click the node and choose Include In Project. Repeat this to all localized .resx files. If the file is not visible in the tree click Show all Files button on Solution Explorer toolbar.

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