Use this sheet to specify the directory where the localized files will be created, the naming convention, and the encodings that are used.
Specifies the active configuration. You can add any number of configurations. This makes it possible to create multiple output files with different properties easily.
Specifies the default language. It is used when building if the active build language does not contain any value.
Check Use language fallback if you want to use fallback languages. Fallback language is a parent language. For example, German (de) is the parent language of Swiss German (de-CH).
Specifies the output directory when Application creates output files. By default, the default output directory is used. Most of the cases, this is what you need. However, if you want to use a different output directory, click Custom radio button and click ... button to select the output directory.
Specifies what kind of output files are created. Possible values are:
|Localized||Soluling creates localized copies of the original file.|
|Language||Soluling creates language files for the original file.|
|Multilingual||Soluling creates one multilingual file that is similar to the original file except contains resources in several languages.|
Check those output file(s) that you want to create. You have to check at least one output file. Below each checkbox, there is a combo box that lets you choose how the name and subdirectory of the output files are created. Select an output file pattern from the combo box or type a new pattern using the pattern rules. Click ... button to insert pattern rule elements such as file name and language code.
Most platforms do not support language or multilingual output file option. In that case, they are not shown. Some platforms do not let you choose the pattern rules. In that case, output files are not visible.
Specifies the character set encoding and byte order mark (BOM) that the localized files use. To change the value, select a language, and right-click it. A popup menu appears that lets you choose the encoding.