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 How to import the .loc file into the project? 
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Post How to import the .loc file into the project?
In Lingobit, I translate the project in macedonian language. I get new folder with .loc file and in the project folders I get a new folder named "mk". I still can't get my application in mk. Should I use the .loc file? How to import it in my project?


Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:10 am
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Post Re: How to import the .loc file into the project?
Hello.

.Loc file is Lingobit Localizer project storage not related to localized application.
You have to use only output files, which is created by "Create Localized" action.

What kind of application do you translate? Is it .Net assemblies?

Peter


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we localize dll of library which is referenced from Windows Application. after localization we put the mk generated folder and the dll in the same folder with WindowsApplication.exe. and we open it, it calls our library (the other application which dll we localized) and the corresponding windows are not localized.


Wed Jul 13, 2011 3:58 am
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Post Re: How to import the .loc file into the project?
As I understand, you are localizing .Net application.

By default .Net selects suitable satellite assembly corresponding to Windows GUI language. Therefore, you will see your application translated just in macedonian Windows version.

You can force UI Culture setting in your application code, for instance:
Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture = new CultureInfo("mk");

You can read more info about .Net localization here:
http://www.lingobit.com/solutions/dotnet/dotnet_localization.html

Also, maybe it will be helpful for you to look at .Net localization sample included in Localizer.


Thu Jul 14, 2011 5:27 am
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