Multiple-Language Target Files Property Page

[Source and Target Files Dialog Box]

 

The Multiple-Language Target Files property page in the Source and Target Files dialog is used to write Win32  multiple-language EXE and DLL files.  A "pseudo-translation" option lets you write a target file using a pseudo-translation text.

 

The file status indication on the page lets you know if a target file exists or if a target file is not up-to-date and needs to be rewritten.

 

See also: "Multiple-Language Target Files."

 

 

Pseudo-Translation

A target file can be written with a pseudo-translation option (using a pseudo-translation text).  See the "Pseudo-Translation" topic for more information.

 

 

Figure:  The Multiple-Language Target Files property page active in the Source and Target Files dialog box..

 

 

Dialog Box Items

 

Files List

A list of the source files for which multiple-language target files can be created.

Target languages List

A list of all the target languages for the active translation project.

Edit selected Button

Opens the Target File Name dialog box to change the name of the selected file.

Write target file(s) Button

The command button used to create target files.  Opens the "Target File Name" dialog box.

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Pseudo-translation Check Box

Check this option to write the target file(s) with a pseudo-translation text.

Settings Button

Opens the Pseudo-Translation dialog box.

 

 

Symbols

 

Green checkmark:

1.

Indicates that a target file exists and is also up-to-date.

 

2.

Indicates that a command has been performed successfully.

 

Red "X" mark:

1.

Indicates that a target file does not exist or that it is not up-to-date.

 

2.

Indicates that a command has not been performed successfully.

 

 

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