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Localization on Mac through Xamarin

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I've written a macOS application I want to distribute to Germany but I can't find out how to localize the text on internal dialogues etc.  I've read about using the NLocalizationManager but this doesn't seem available in Nevron.Nov on a mac in Xamarin.  Do I need to include something else (I've included all Nevron.Nov references)?


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Hi,

Please take a look at the following documentation topic and the other topics in the Localization folder:

Localization Overview

The topic contains a link to download the Nevron Dictionary Editor. Please note that it is currently available only for Windows. We do not provide a Mac version of the dictionary editor, yet.

Attached to this message is an almost full localization of Nevron Open Vision to German. Feel free to unzip it and use it in your applications. If you add more translations to the dictionary, we will be very grateful if you send it back to us.

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Nevron Support Team



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That's great, thanks, and thanks for the dictionary.  That has solved that problem (I believe - still to hear back from our German testers) Smile
Neil




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