Sisulizer prompt for
Personal folder to install the Sisulzer sample project files during installation. To allow public access of the sample project files, enter
C:\Users\Public\Documents\Sisulizer 3 in
Personal Folder text box:
Translation Engine - Microsoft Translator
Sisulizer supports translation using translator engine. Most of the online translators are paid service. Microsoft Translator, however, is free to some extend.
Tools | Translation Engines... to configure translation engine:
Microsoft Translator provides 2,000,000 Characters free of charge per month. Charged subscription is available for additional characters translation.
Follow these steps to use Microsoft Translator in Sisulizer:
- Sign up Windows Azure Marketplace.
- Subscribe Microsoft Translator. e.g.: Subscribe 2,000,000 Characters/month for free.
Register Your Applicationat the bottom of your Windows Azure Account for Sisulizer application:
- Start Sisulizer, open Tools | Translation Engines… to add Microsoft Translation Engine:
- Enter Client id and Client secret accordingly. You may also use the Register Account button in Sisulizer to register Sisulzer to your Windows Azure account:
- Check Enabled to enable the translator engine
- If there are some network activities prohibit the checked Enabled, a workaround is disable network devices, Checked Enable and re-enable network devices.
Disable Create Backup project File
Localized Delphi Application
- Open Sisulizer project wizard:
File | New...
Select Source Type:
Localize a file or files
Select File. Select an executable binary file. e.g.:
- Select File Format: Delphi binary file
- Select Windows resource types
- Set additional VCL option:
DRC file name
Finishbutton to close project wizard.
Set Resource DLLs file name template as . (ISO hyphen language code):
Ignore Form Scalingin
Start localization process by using manual translation or translation engine.
- Build project to produce resource DLL files: