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SDL Passolo 2007

Angelika ZerfaƟ

SDL Passolo 2007, developed by PASS Engineering, Germany, is a tool specialized on localizing software-related file formats. It supports formats such as Executable programs, resource files and XML-based files and can handle translation into many Asian and right-to-left running languages such as Arabic and Hebrew. The tool can be used by the developer/project manager to test files for localizability (pseudo-translation; checks, for example, if the target script can be displayed correctly and if all controls are capable of accommodating the translated strings, even if they expand in height or length) ...

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January/February, 2008