Excellent tool for getting quick translations. I do still find the need to double check them. Would be good if you could auto translate one lngague to all others in one go, rather than individually. The concept is great though, and with a few minor tweaks could be 5 stars
Essential Tool if you have a multi-locale project. Tom is also very responsive when it comes to issues and feature requests. ResXManager is one of only two essential extensions I require all my devs to have installed.
Do I need to have ms office installed for the export to succeed ? The export do not complain, the file is created and when I open it with open office I can see as many tabs as selected files, but each tab is desperately empty... Could somebody help me ?
Please do not report bugs here! Use https://resxresourcemanager.codeplex.com/workitem/list/basic
#1: It's just the image that's wrong, will be fixed in next version.
#2: What translation service are you using? Does it work if you use the same service online?
I've started evaluating this tool for my colleagues and I to use. However, I encountered something a little funny with it - or perhaps related to it.
At least one of our solutions doesn't seem to work with the tool - the resource files are not found. The only thing different between this solution and the ones I've tried where it works (wonderfully!) is that this solution was created in Visual Studio 2010 *SP1* and the others with the RTM version. I also note (since it seems important) that the display of properties on the .resx file mentions that a custom tool was used - which I thought was the default one: ResXFileCodeGenerator
Is there any thing to these observations? Otherwise, what would prevent ResXManager from working on these files?