Localize attribute is used in some XML files to control what element to localize and what element not to localize.
<sample> <value localize="true">Localize this</value> <value localize="false">Do not localize this</value> </sample>
The above XML file contains two value elements. How Sisulizer handles depends of the settings in the XML tags sheet. If you right click localize attribute and choose Localize value Sisulizer marks the attribute to be a localize attribute. If the name of the attribute is localize Sisulizer automatically marks the attribute as localize attribute. Normally you check the element name in order to localize it. However once attribute is marked as localize attribute the value of the attribute specifies if the element is localized or not. If the attribute contains any positive value then Sisulizer localizes the element no matter if you have checked or unchecked the element in the tags tree. If the localize attribute is set then Sisulizer localizes first value element but ignores the second because it has localize attribute set to false. See the following picture to see the right settings.
value element is checked and localize attribute is set to be a localize attribute. You can check an element by double clicking it and you can change the attribute type by right clicking it.
You also have to make sure that Localize attribute group contains true in Enable values edit and false in Disable values edit.
If you check Localize only those elements that have enabled localize attribute check box Sisulizer localizes only those elements that have positive localize attribute. This means that even if you check an element in the tags tree but if an element has not a positive localize attribute Sisulizer does not localize it.