All texts that are presented to the end-user can be translated to different languages. Examples include labels, the captions of buttons and data grid columns, menu items and messages that are sent from a microflow.
Studio Pro makes it easy to translate your application into another language. You can add a language in the Project Settings and then switch to that language by selecting it in the Language menu, by using the drop-down in the lower-right corner of Studio Pro’s main window, or with the Ctrl+L keyboard shortcut, which cycles through the languages of you app.
For texts that have not been translated yet, the text in the default language is shown between angle brackets. For example, a caption can be shown as
<Name>. This means that the caption has not been translated yet and was
Name in the default language. By simply typing the text in the currently selected language (for example,
Naam in Dutch), the caption will be translated.
To ease the translation of many texts a Batch Translate feature can be found in the Tools menu. By using this feature you can quickly translate all occurrences of a word to a word in another language. It is even possible to export all texts to Excel and later import the translations again.
If a text has not been translated when you run the application the text in the default language will be used. In this way, you can translate parts of the application and see the results immediately.