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to reach international customers with software in their language

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To teach software localization at Universities

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to localize software in the Mining Industry

to create multilingual software for Mechanical Engineering


Importing from other localizaton tool

If you switch from other localization you can easily import existing translations from the localized files. Complete the following steps:

  1. Create localized files using your current localization tool.
  2. Start Sisulizer and choose File | New to create a new Sisulizer project.
  3. If your old project contained several files choose Project | Add Source to add additional source files or databases.
  4. Right click the column header of the language that you want to import to and choose Import to open the Import Wizard. Browse the localized file name and complete the wizard.

Sisulizer imports all translations (e.g. strings and localized user interface control dimensions) from existing localized file into the Sisulizer project.

Note! No matter what is your current localization tool you can import existing translations from the localized files.


You have an English Windows application C:\MyFiles\MyApplication.exe. You have used your current localization tool to create German and Japanese files C:\MyFiles\de\MyApplications.exe and C:\MyFiles\ja\MyApplications.exe.

  1. Create a new Sisulizer project that contains C:\MyFiles\MyApplication.exe as a source file and German and Japanese languages as target languages.
  2. Open your new Sisulizer project.
  3. Select German as an active language. Right click on the German column header. Import Wizard appers. Select C:\MyFiles\de\MyApplications.exe. Sisulizer imports German translations to the project.
  4. Repeat the above step for Japanese file C:\MyFiles\ja\MyApplications.exe.

You have now created a Sisulizer project and imported existing translations to the project.

Multilizer Users

If you have used Multilizer you can just open your existing Multilizer project file. Sisulizer automatically makes similar Sisulizer project file and imports existing translations into the project. Learn more about that.