Chapter 7 - Localizing Your Guide FileBy now you have created and tested your guide file, and are ready to create localized versions of it. This chapter describes how you can localize your guide file for other regions.
It tells you how to
Once you have localized your source files, you can use these files to build a new, localized version of your guide file.
- extract language-specific text strings from your source files
- translate the text strings using various tools
- merge the translated text strings back into your source files
- localize any other elements of your guide file, such as pictures, as necessary
For information on designing your guide file so that it can be more easily localized, see the chapter "Authoring Tips and Suggestions" in Part 1. For additional design and localization issues, see the Macintosh Human Interface Guidelines.
- The Localizing Process
- Translating Text Strings
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