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01.07.2024 15:17:12
Topic:
Ukrainian language code

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Hello Alex,

RC-WinTrans 11 is using a wrong (uk-UK) language code for the local Ukraine language -- "uk-UA" is correct.


Workaround:
Use the "Languages" dialog box to change the Language to "uk" -- no locale language.


To do:
1. open the "Languages" dialog box
2. select the Ukraine language and click the "Change language..." button.
3.. select/use the Ukraine language "uk"


With "uk", the .NET framework will use your Ukraine resources DLL.


It will be fixed with the upcoming RC-WinTrans 12.


Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
28.06.2024 12:46:46
Topic:
Ukrainian language code

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Posts: 243
Hello Alex,

We will check this.

Regards,
Support Schaudin.clom
27.06.2024 09:36:46
Topic:
Ukrainian language code

AlexC
AlexC
Posts: 24
Hi,
I was trying to translate some resx files to Ukrainian and WinTrans used the lang. code uk-UK like this:



Hence the translated resx files would be named something with 'uk-UK' in them, e.g. resources.uk-UK.resx. When I tried to use these Ukrainian translated resx files with Visual Studio 2022 I could not get them to work, e.g. I could not get VS2022 to generate the Ukrainian assembly. I had it working fine with 11 other languages so I was a bit puzzled.

After some googling i found several places that mentioned that the Ukrainian language is 'uk-UA'. Then I tried to rename my Ukrainian resx files accordingly, replacing the 'uk-UK' with 'uk-UA'. After that VS2022 picked up the resx files and made the assembly DLL.

So can you help out here with what is going on? Has the language code for Ukrainian change?
Many thanks for the help
Best regards
Alex
12.06.2024 11:28:30
Topic:
NET8 support

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Hello Alex,

I'm sorry, but.NET 8 is not being planed to be supported for this year.

If you want, please send me one of your .NET 8 .resx files and I will check if .NET 8 .resx files
can be localizied right away.


Regards, Werner
12.06.2024 08:27:26
Topic:
NET8 support

AlexC
AlexC
Posts: 24
Hi
Thanks for that answer.
Do you have a date for when an update to version 12 with .NET8 support will be released ?

We have an release later this year, in the fall properly something like September or October, so we are planning if we should stick with passing and generating assemblies or we should rework to work on resx files instead.
Best regards
Alex
11.06.2024 12:42:28
Topic:
NET8 support

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Hello Alex,


> Will RC-WinTrans have .NET 8 support in the upcomming version 12?
>
Yes. ...for an update of RC-WinTrans 12 -- version 12 is already going to be released.


Werner
10.06.2024 12:57:24
Topic:
NET8 support

AlexC
AlexC
Posts: 24
Thank you for the answer.

Will RC-WinTrans have .NET 8 support in the upcomming version 12?

Or do you have another plan to include NET 8 support in WinTrans , in a update to version 12 or in a later release?


/Alex
10.06.2024 10:31:36
Topic:
NET8 support

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Helllo Alex,

.NET 8 is still not supported by RC-WinTrans.

I assume that:

1. Translating (reading/writing) .resx files will work because the .NET 4.0
Resource Reader/Writer is still used for the .resx files.


2. Reading/Writing .NET 8 assemblies (.exe, .dll) will not work because
RC-WinTrans needs to use .NET 8 for this operations.


Ir you want, please send me one of your.NET 8 assembly files and a .resx file.
I will verify 1.) and 2.). Email to: support@schaudin.com

Regards,
Werner
06.06.2024 14:33:13
Topic:
NET8 support

AlexC
AlexC
Posts: 24
Hi,
We are staring to use the .NET8 framework.
I tried to look up if RC-WinTrans 11.5 actual support .NET8, but could not find anything about that.
Can you help with an answer on that?

Thank you for the answer
Alex
27.02.2024 22:04:14
Topic:
How do I specify the Ignore IDs from CLI

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Posts: 243
Very good Alex!
I'm happy you found a solution for your need to use the command line for importing.

Regards,
Werner Schaudin
23.02.2024 11:02:17
Topic:
How do I specify the Ignore IDs from CLI

AlexC
AlexC
Posts: 24
Thank you for the reply.
I use a work around to solve this.
I export the translator database to an intermediate excel spreadsheet with the /ExportExcel command. I can then import from the spreadsheet with the /ImportExcel command and specifying the option -noid.
/Alex
22.02.2024 12:56:39
Topic:
How do I specify the Ignore IDs from CLI

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Hello Alex,

The command line /ImportProject does not have the option to ignore the IDs.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
19.02.2024 14:18:05
Topic:
How do I specify the Ignore IDs from CLI

AlexC
AlexC
Posts: 24
Hi,
I have some translator Databases that I need to import back into the master database from where they was exported.
The issue is that the master database has been reconfigured a bit, the source and target has been relocated.

When I try from a command line with a command like this:
RCWinTrans.exe /ImportProject /proj c:\work\main\Products\Source\Amelia\Core\Source\Tools\ZoneMappingTool\ZoneMappingUI\ZoneMappingUI.rwtproject /lang pl-PL /extproj "c:\work\main\Projects\DSP\Translation of MIKE Releases\2024.2\MUP\pl-PL\ZoneMappingUI-TranslatorProject.fsmdb" /extlang pl-PL -text -replace
it do not import the updated strings from the translator database.

However if I try to do it via the GUI it works fine



I suspect that it is due to the Ignore IDs that it works.
My questions is, how do I specify the Ignore IDs from the command line?


Best regards
Alex Bo Christensen
02.08.2023 12:27:37
Topic:
Missing Empty1.macro

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Posts: 243
Hello Alex,

Thanks for your reply. You are very welcome.


I also think the user forum is a good option for keeping in touch with our users and for offering help and info. Unfortunately, it's still the target of continuous spam attacks. Since an update for the forum software is no longer available, we will need to shut it down.


We continue to be available for questions, suggestions, and support requests via our support email: support@schaudin.com


Sincerely,
Werner Schaudin
Schaudin.com
02.06.2023 07:41:53
Topic:
Missing Empty1.macro

AlexC
AlexC
Posts: 24
Thank you for your fast answer.
Also thank for you for bringing this forum back online, it was actual missed.
Best regards
Alex
01.06.2023 23:16:05
Topic:
Missing Empty1.macro

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Posts: 243
Hello Alex,

Please ignore this message.
The VBA macro file "Empty1.macro" did not have any functionality and is not included any more when installing RC-WinTrans.


Regards, Support Schaudin.com
01.06.2023 17:25:57
Topic:
Missing Empty1.macro

AlexC
AlexC
Posts: 24
Hi
I just updated to RC-WinTrans 11 Professional version 11.5.87.889.
Now I get the following error message:
Error (213): The user macros file "C:\ProgramData\RC-WinTrans\Add-Ons\Empty1.macro" does not exist.
The file is not there, but everything seems to be working.
I am not sure on how concerned I should be about this error message.

Thanks for the help
Alex
26.04.2021 20:57:35
Topic:
Writing targets in Farsi

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Posts: 243
.
In the screen shot the text is displayed in RTL (right-to-left reading order. It is displayed according to the RTL target language. This is correct.
.
In the data the text is (always) saved and shown in left-to-right order. This is correct. So it is saved in the database. It is not shown to the user.
.
Both is correct.

Regards,
Support, Schaudin.com
edited by Support on 26.04.2021
23.04.2021 15:39:32
Topic:
Writing targets in Farsi

lakuda
lakuda
Posts: 35
For some reason, the RTL issue happens only with strings that have either English+Farsi in them or Farsi+symbols. On the screenshot, the two upper strings are written incorrectly as targets, the two bottom strings are written correctly


15.04.2021 20:39:54
Topic:
Writing targets in Farsi

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[font=Arial, Tahoma] lakuda,[/font]

Q1: what is the source language (source text, source file) ?

Usually, when the item is translated (to Farsi) it is not possible the item in the target file gets an other translation text.
Q2: Are all other items in the target file correctly with the Farsi translation text? Is it really only this item?

ToDo:
- Write/Create the Farsi target file once again.
- Check the date/time of the Farsi target file to be really written newly. Check the item's translation once again.

Regards,
Support , Schaudin.com
edited by Support on 15.04.2021




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