iOS Question Tutorial for localization of app name ?

tufanv

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Hello,

With the release note of 2.80 , we have a chance to localize the app name. Does someone know how to do it ?

TY
 

Erel

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Create a folder for each language you want under Files\Special:

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You can see the two letter codes here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ISO_639-1_codes

Create a file named InfoPlist.strings in each of these folders with this content:
B4X:
"CFBundleDisplayName" = "My App";
"CFBundleName" = "May App";

This is the localized app name.
 
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tufanv

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Create a folder for each language you want under Files\Special:

SS-2016-08-02_17.14.38.png


You can see the two letter codes here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ISO_639-1_codes

Create a file named InfoPlist.strings in each of these folders with this content:
B4X:
"CFBundleDisplayName" = "My App";
"CFBundleName" = "May App";

This is the localized app name.

Thanks ! does bundlename and display name are the same and the title of the app ? like "Speedometer" ?
 
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ilan

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this is awesome.

i noticed that when i use hebrew my sliders and tableviews turned from right to left. i believe it will do the same on other native views from ios, correct?
 
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