localizing .NET: Inheritance problems
Thread poster: bones
bones
Local time: 08:56
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Sep 13, 2004

We have been having serious problems with getting Catalyst to display .NET dialogs with a complex hierarchy. Alchemy claims that Catalyst has no way of resolving the hierarchies, so the workaround is to explicitly declare controls, what type of control it is and what styles have been applied to it in a txt file at load time. Great! We are dealing with thousands of controls. How come .NET runtime can display the dialogs and Catalyst can't. Are we the only people in this world who have run into this "major" problem?

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Robert Zawadzki  Identity Verified
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A nasty commercial, off-topic Sep 13, 2004

I have no idea, but I developed a way to localize Windows Installer in Visual Studio .NET. I can do 95% of Danish localization myself (using Microsoft glossaries), but I need someone to do the last 5% (easy) and sell the resulting package (not so easy, I believe). The price tag should be lower than that of InstallShield with appropriate Language Pack. That still leaves room for few hundred bucks. Interested?

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