#18 International strings don't seem to show

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2007-11-14
2007-10-29
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Robert Marik reported problems with getting DragMath to read in an alternative .xml file with local strings.

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  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Sorry Chris, I don't quite understand the problem.
    What do you mean by international and local strings?

    Thanks
    Alex

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Alex, I sent an email with request for help to you and Chris few days ago. Have you got this email?

    My colleague wrote Czech translation cz.xml, but the Czech messages do not appear in browser. Can we send you this file for testing and for including into DragMath distribution?

    Many thanks, Robert Marik - maNOSriPAMk at mendelu.cz (remove NOSPAM to get my email).

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    The problem is not in the applet, but in the html files distributed with DragMath. If you change the line
    <param name=language value="en">
    into
    <param name=language value="cz">
    the localization does not apper. The correct way how to change the language is
    <param name=language value="cz"/>

    Thank you for your nice software. Robert

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    So I think, this report can be closed. Thanks again. Robert

     
  • Alex Billingsley

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    I also found an issue with loading languages when DragMath is located in a folder, where the path to that folder contains spaces e.g. C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Desktop

    It will be included in the next release - v0.6

     
  • Alex Billingsley

    • status: open --> closed
     

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