$100

Radialix Education License


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Version 2.0
Date Released March 26, 2009 12:00 am
Operating System Windows 2000::Windows Vista::Windows XP

Description


Radialix 2 is an easy, technically elegant tool for binary localization of applications and resource files. It allows the user to localize executable files (PE32, PE32+), .NET assemblies, resources and INI files. The program offers a convenient WYSIWYG editor and a powerful arsenal of productivity tools, such as translation simulation, auto-translation, translation validation and translation memory. Additionally, the program’s installation package contains the RDMAP plug-in for IDA, which makes it more efficient to search and edit hard-coded strings. Radialix 2 extracts localizable resources directly from original files, allowing you to localize hard-coded strings, dialogs, forms, menus and other resources in a convenient WYSIWIG editor. The user simply enters the translation into the target language fields. To translate string resources, you can also rely on the auto-translation option, which searches for translation in the translated strings or in the translation memory. The program is able to search for 100% translation matches, or close matches with a predefined threshold percentage of string similarity. When strings are localized, Radialix can automatically check the translation for errors. Unique to Radialix 2 is an ability to create localized .NET assemblies. Unlike competing software that can create only resource assemblies, Radialix 2 can also make a localized assembly from an original one. This specialty allows the developer to localize assemblies that do not support localization using resource assemblies. Radialix 2 also offers the translation simulation option that will help the developer to check if the application can display the translation correctly and identify elements of the interface that cause errors. By adopting Radialix 2, software developers can reduce the time and cost of software localization and will be able to bring their localized products to the global market quicker than ever before.