Native macace

Adriana LAVOLPE at IIGBNA.IIGB.NA.CNR.IT
Tue Oct 11 04:37:21 EST 1994


>Hi,
>There has been some discussion lately about reorganizing the menus/buttons for
>macace to
>clean up the interface. One of the topics that came up was whether or not we
>should store
>the menu labels and button labels in the resource fork of the mac application
>(this is
>the usual procedure for mac programs). The advantage of such an approach
>-which is by no
>means certain, but we MAY consider it- would be that it would be easy to
>"localize"
>the application. Ie. somebody could translate all these labels and we could
>have native
>language versions of macace without recompiling the code (the other way, with
>recompiling
>is a nightmare).
>I was wondering how people (users) felt about this.
>-Would you like to use a macace with menus in your native language ?
>-Do you know other people who would ?
>-How important is this to you ?
>
>Thanks for participating in this informal survey,
>
>--Frank

the answer to your questions in my view are:
-No
-No
-Not important.

Macace users are scientist therefore they use English as language at work.
Adriana





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