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Mario asked on 23 Jan 2009, 07:12 PM
Hello, I'm sorry if this has already been reported or addressed, I did a quick search and didn't found anything related to what I found. 

I found some problems with the radEditor for Localization. I have a page with two radEditor, one set to English and the other one to French.

  1. The output from InsertDate functionality from the toolbar is always in english i.e. Thursday, January 22, 2009.
  2. The AjaxSpellCheck functionality from toolbar displayed on top when spell check active is in English only.
  3. The AjaxSpellCheck dialog or popup suggestion in English only. Even if I have both dictionary in the App_Data folder.
  4. The Close (X) button localization for all dialogs seems to be hardcoded. I had a look at the ressource file and the translation is properly set.

 

To reproduce the problem, you need to have two radEditor on the same page with both pointing on a different Localization (language property).

I also notice that if they (radEditor) use a different skin, some of the properties of the last defined radEditor skin will affect the other one(s) i.e. background.

Mario

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Rumen
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answered on 27 Jan 2009, 12:29 PM
Hi Mario,

Straight to the points:
  1. The InsertDate command executes a javascript function which returns the current date of your computer. The date has nothing to do with the editor localization. If you would like I can tell you how to override the InsertDate command and you will be able to implement your own InsertDate feature.
  2. I was not able to reproduce the reported problems in this point. You can see the attached video demonstrating my test.
  3. I was not able to reproduce this problem too. You should set SpellCheckSettings-DictionaryLanguage="fr-FR" property in order to enable the French dictionary spellchecking.
  4. RadWindow does not offer built-in localization and for that reason editor's dialogs do not have localization for the close button. You can see how to localize the RadWindow dialogs in the following KB article: Changing the localization of RadWindow for ASP.NET AJAX.

    Please, note that I used the latest version Q3 SP2 2008 of RadEditor for ASP.NET AJAX in my test.

    For your convenience I have attached my test project.

All the best,
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answered on 27 Jan 2009, 05:53 PM
Rumen, thanks for your reply.

I believe there is something missing on my system. I also have version Q3 SP2 2008 of RadEditor for ASP.NET AJAX . I
m running it under Windows 2000 Pro with obviously Ajax Extension installed. I`ll have to dig out what`s missing.

Currently I am converting pages from Q3 2008 (non-ajax product) into Q3 SP2 2008 ASP.NET AJAX UI. I encountered few changes fortunatly. Kudos to your team.

Thanks again, Mario 
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answered on 28 Jan 2009, 11:45 AM
Hi Mario,

If you experience any problems during the upgrade process, just let us know and we will do our best to help.

Greetings,
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