Localization is the process of translating an application’s user interface based on specific cultures.
Localizing Dashboard Designer
You can localize the Code 192 Dashboard Designer by placing the resource file
(.resx) modified as per your preferred culture, into the
Localization folder within the installed location of dashboard designer application.
To localize the Code 192 Dashboard Designer using resource file, follow the below steps
- Create a copy of the default resource file (Resources.en-US.resx) of Code 192 Dashboard Designer, available in the
Localizationfolder at the installed location of the dashboard designer application, and place it in the same location
C:\Program Files (x86)\Code 192\Dashboard Designer\DashboardDesigner\Localization
Open the copied file using the Text Editor such as Notepad++. Each data row of the resource file contains a name, and value.
Edit the value corresponding to each name based on the specific culture.
Rename the file as
Resources.<culturename>.resx. Here, the culture name illustrates the codes of language and country. For example, you have to specify file name as Resources.fr-FR.resx for French culture.
Close any instance of Code 192 Dashboard Designer application kept open, so as to get the above changes into effect.
Open the Code 192 Dashboard Designer where the newly added language will be listed in languages list under the Help->Language menu item and select the language from that list which requires closure of Code 192 Dashboard Designer to get the selected language take into effect during next startup of the Dashboard Designer.
Opening Dashboard from Localized Dashboard Server
Code 192 Dashboard Server localized to a specific culture, you can open a dashboard/data source/widget with
Code 192 Dashboard Designer, where it will launch the dashboard in a Dashboard Designer localized to respective culture.
Dashboard Designer opens with the respective culture only if it available in the location
C:\Program Files (x86)\Code 192\Dashboard Designer\DashboardDesigner\Localization. If it doesn’t exists, the Dashboard Designer will open with the default culture (en-US).