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13.09.2012 10:49:36
Topic:
Farsi language writing

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Yes. It is already done for the next RC-WinTrans 9.2 release (October 2012?).
"Farsi" was missing in an internal list of RTL languages.
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edited by Support on 09.10.2012
25.09.2012 23:47:20
Topic:
Error (305)

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Hello Burckhardt,

is your translation project using XML (.rwtxlf) data files for the database or an .fsmdb database file?
Are there one or more source files in the project?

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
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edited by Support on 09.10.2012
10.10.2012 23:18:23
Topic:
Import studio .net project files via rwtproject

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Hello dstehle,

to add the RESX files of a VS project use:

. "File" | "Add" | "RESX Files of a .NET Project..." or
. "File" | "Align .NET Files..."

In the "Visual Studio .NET Project" dialog you can select (Browse... button) your VS project file(s) (*.csproj).

Do not edit the RC-WinTrans project definition file (*.rwtproject) directly.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
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edited by Support on 11.10.2012
11.10.2012 11:47:03
Topic:
Import studio .net project files via rwtproject

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So you have about 250 VS projects (.csproj files) ?!
To add several RESX file (in different folders) to an RC-WinTrans project you can use the following (manusl) way:
- use the File Exporer. From your VS project's root folder make a "'Search" for the RESX files.
- use Drag&Drop to move the RESX files found/listed from the "Search Results" window to the opened RC-WinTrans project window.
-> the RESX file will be added to the project at once in this way.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
12.10.2012 12:03:52
Topic:
Import studio .net project files via rwtproject

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"The advantage of adding the project files is that only the used resx files added. And no dead resx files are used."
Yes. Right.

We have created the user interface to add only one single .NET project files file at a time. We did not assume sombody want
to add several at once -- sorry, but so it is made.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
29.11.2012 21:57:00
Topic:
rwtcmd /IsTranslated always returns 1 ?

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Hallo AlexC,

Yes. This is a known problem for /IsTranslated.
I will send you a fixed RC-WinTrans System VBA macro file: "CmdLine.macro". Replace the macro file in your RC-WinTrans installation.
This new macro file will be included in the next RC-WinTrans 9 service release end of December 2012.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
04.12.2012 22:20:16
Topic:
Update files reference

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Hello,
> I tried to open the fsmdb with msAccess, and changed the "FileName" in the ""SourceFiles" Table, but when I open the project then,
> I got an error "file not exist...'
>
This does not work because the path must be changed in the project definition file .rwtproject and in the database (.fsmdb).
Do not change the path manually!

Question: Is your database file (.fsmdb) located in a root directory relative to (all) the source files?
..then you can move your project structure (folders + files + RC-WinTrans database) to the new location.
This is possible when RC-WinTrans is using a relative path from the project file (.rwtproject, .fsmdb) to each source file.
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You can check if a relative path to a source file is used:
- open the project definition file .rwtproject (it is a Windows INI file)
- for a/each file check the entry...

Example for two entries with a relative path:
[ROJECTFILE0]
WorkingFile=..\sub2\srcfilea.rwtxlf
[ROJECTFILE1]
WorkingFile=subdir\srcfileb.rwtxlf

When no drive or server name is used for the 'WorkingFile' then it is a relative path and the whole project can be moved.
Please check this and let me know.

With a script the path cannot be changed. Only via the GUI but file by file: "Changing a Source File Reference"

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
11.02.2013 12:48:05
Topic:
Word count in RC Wintrans 6 or 7

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Hello JM,

for RC-WinTrans 7 or 9 ?

The RC-WinTrans 7 script does not consider repetitions.
For RC-WinTrans 9 we have an add-on: "Extra Functions"...

Regards,
Support, schaudin.com
12.02.2013 23:31:34
Topic:
rwtcmd /IsTranslated always returns 1 ?

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Very good! Thank you.
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13.02.2013 00:10:14
Topic:
Word count in RC Wintrans 6 or 7

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Hello JM,

we have improved the add-on's "Statistics: Active Project" function to report each file and finally a summary for the project.
See: Release Notes... and Statistics Results...

You can download the new "Extra Functions" Add-On from our customer download area or from the "RC-WinTrans Demo" download site.
New Add-On Version: V6.4 (February 2013)

Maybe it would be a good idea to write the results directly to a text file because the output will be huge for hundreds of files?
Let us know what you think.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
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edited by Support on 18.04.2013
06.03.2013 20:34:25
Topic:
xaml

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Hello Lakuda,

this is the result of an XSL transformation used to create the translated XAML file.
The XSL transformation adds the namespaces (xmlns) to each element (to each <sys:String> ).

Note: The target XAML file is valid XAML (!)
...but does not look as good as the source XAML.

We have improved this for our XML Files Converter now.
The new "XMLFilesConverter.macro" file ("XML-2029, March 2013") will be included in the next
RC-WinTrans 9 service release (following V9.2.2.2).

If you want I can send you the improved "XMLFilesConverter.macro" file and you can replace
it in your RC-WinTrans installation.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
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edited by Support on 18.04.2013
06.03.2013 21:04:42
Topic:
Empty database

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Hello Lakuda,
> Can it happen because of the Windows version?
No. We don't think so.

Up to now we do not know what causes this.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
12.04.2013 20:47:28
Topic:
can rwtcmd have an option to modify .NET dir list?

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Hello Alex,

thank you for your suggestion.

We will consider adding this or finding an alternate solution.
Maybe an alternative could be to pass a reference directory
as an additional parameter with a command (?).

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
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edited by Support on 18.04.2013
12.04.2013 20:57:34
Topic:
Images have "Unknown Type (Stringtable)"

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Hello James,

RC-WinTrans handles images only when the image data is included (internally) in the RESX file.
Your image is included as a reference to an image file- RC-WinTrans does not accept this for image editing.

To translate the image you need to make a copy of the image file, then edit/translate the duplicate image with an image editor.
In RC-WinTrans you need to enter the name of the duplicated image file as the translation.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
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edited by Support on 18.04.2013
12.04.2013 22:15:51
Topic:
Error using RCWInTrans with Continuous integration

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Hello farhan,

This is difficult. I do not know who generates the error and why.
An error message "An error occurred! Please check the project and language settings in this batch file." I have never seen or heard about.

The problem may be forced because ...
- the fact that the command line tool (rwtcmd.exe) starts and uses RC-WinTrans as COM server (?)
- a command (from rwtcmd.exe) comes faster then the .NET garbage collection (GC) from the previous RC-WinTrans usage (previous command) is cleared (?). (RC-WinTrans uses many .NET objects each in combination with COM objects. The number increases with the size of a project ).

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
18.04.2013 01:36:01
Topic:
Windows 8

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RC-WinTrans 7 and RC-WinTrans 9 can be installed and used under Windows 8.

To run Version 7 or 9 of RC-WinTrans on Windows 8:

In the "Windows Features" dialog, locate and enable the Windows 8 feature called ".NET Framework 3.5 (including .NET 2.0 and 3.0)".

Note: This Windows 8 feature is disabled by default. It must be enabled (set to "ON") in order to run RC-WinTrans, for which the .NET Framework 2.0 is a requirement. When .NET 2.0 is disabled it causes RC-WinTrans to crash when opening or creating a translation project.
19.04.2013 20:06:28
Topic:
Error using RCWInTrans with Continuous integration

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Hello farhan,

We do not know what influence the NAet tool may have.
Using NAet to run RC-WinTrans command line commands has not been tested.
Actually I think we cannot help.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
20.05.2013 21:28:54
Topic:
Write Target File WARNING Message

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Hello jin3355,

Your target icon will be different than the source icon.
The target icon must have the same number of images, each with the same size, as the source icon!
Maybe the colors must match as well (mono, 16 colors...)?!

Example: When your source icon has two images (e.g., 16x16 and 32x32) then the target icon must also have two images with the same size.

Please check this.

Suggestion:
Save the source icon to an icon file (.ico), edit this .ico file with an icon editor, then use the "translated"/edited .ico file as the target icon.
This is the best way to get a valid target icon.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
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edited by Support on 02.07.2013
24.06.2013 21:31:20
Topic:
Encoding

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Hello Scott,

adding this line with the attribute "rwt:attributeTU_Codepage" is what needs to be done to make the 'Codepage' attribute localizable.

We have also added this to our "XMLParser-WixLocalization.xsl" stylesheet. In addition the third WixLocalization attribute "Language" can now be localized as well.
The updated stylesheet will be available in RC-WinTrans 9.3 to be released at the end of June 2013.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
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edited by Support on 02.07.2013
17.07.2013 23:00:32
Topic:
How to use the file.ressource.dll (c#)

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Hello Masternoob,
place each of the language DLL in the respective language subdirectory (e.g. "en", ja-JP", "fr-FR") to the main assembly.

When the main application does not handle to select the language to be used then the language DLL is used which fits to the language of the current Windows system (current locale language).

Note: The name of the subdirectory (the language code) must (!) be identical to the language code of the language DLL. You can use ildasm.exe or e.g. the ".NET Reflector tool to look into the language DLL for the language code of a language DLL.

Regards,
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