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Software Localization News

Version 4 Build 374 released

11/30/2018

The new build comes with many new features. [...]

Tutorials

3/5/2019

Tutorials updated [...]

.NET Support updated

6/14/2018

New in May 2018: [...]

Sisulizer 4 Build 366

3/1/2017

Build 366 - support for Visual Studio 2017 [...]

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8/5/2016

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Our customers use Sisulizer...

to reach international customers with software in their language

to localize their in-house software in the international subsidiaries

to build multilingual custom software for their clients' enterprises

as Localization Service Providers because it is the localization tool of their customers

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

 

System Language

Use this dialog to view or edit a system language of Sisulizer. Your can edit only custom languages (e.g. language that you have added). All other are read only so you can only view them.

Codes

Use this sheet to specify language codes.

ISO

Specifies the ISO language code. The language code contains the following properties:

Language specifies the ISO-639 language code.

Script specifies the script that the language uses. The script list contains all the scripts currently supported by Windows. Languages such as Azeri, Chinese, Serbo-Croatian and Uzbek can be written using two different scripts. In these cases there exits two code that have the same language code but but different script.

Windows

Windows uses its own NLS language ids and code pages.

Code page specifies the Windows code page that the language uses. Windows might contain several code pages for one script. In such case the code page contains several code pages.

Windows code specifies a two-character code. It is used, for example, as a file extension when creating resource DLL's.

Primary show the NLS primary language id that the language uses.

Names

Use this sheet to specify the language names.

Localized

Specifies localized name of the language (e.g. Finnish, German, Japanese).

Native

Specifies the name of the language in its own language (e.g. suomi, Deutsch, 日本語).

Platforms

Use this sheets to specify the platform specific language codes.

Show id first

If checked the id value is shown first in the combo box following with the description (en - English) and combo box is sorted by the ids. If unchecked the description is shown first following with the id (English - en) and combo box is sorted by descriptions.

Enabled

If checked the language is enabled. If unchecked the language will not be added to language list.