RC Localize v4.0 | 2,17 Mb
RC Localize will save your time and make your application more secure:
Time is precious! Save your time!
It is no more necessary to use the fastidious Visual Studio editor for localizing your resources files. RC Localize makes the navigation through the resources items easy and displays them in Unicode. When you update a project, RC Localize finds items, which have not already been translated or which need to be checked.
Leave the translation to a translator: give him the RC Localize project
This will allows him to focus only on the translation. Translator does not need to have your resources files and to edit them with the Visual Studio resources editor. RC Localize displays the dialog, which is a great help to understand the localization context. Moreover, verification flags will help him to find the items, which have been modified and which need to be checked again.
Create more secure release of your application: using RC Localize, you are sure that all items of original resource are in the localized resource
It is not safe to use the Visual Studio resource editor for localizing your resources files. Your application might crash if you add an item to a dialog in a given language and omit to add it in the others languages of your resource. You can also forget to translate an item or forget to report changes among the different languages of your resource.
You will not be trapped anymore using RC Localize, because localized resources are copied from the one that is used to finalize you application. Moreover, resources checking feature makes your localized application more secured.
RC Localize also checks and corrects mnemonics and verifies that texts fit in dialog item boundary.
Localized resources can contain one or more languages
Using RC Localize, you choose the language you want to include in your localized resources, when you export them. Nothing is easier to generate a multilingual release for your application or a dedicated release, which contains only a given language.
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