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Terry
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Terry asked on 05 Jul 2010, 03:01 PM
Is it possible to localize the RadEditor control on a multilingual site (en, fr) which uses variation labels for localization? If so, how would I go about it?

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answered on 07 Jul 2010, 08:46 AM
Hello TerryM,

In order to localize RadEditor for MOSS you need to do the following.
1. Copy all the files from Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\wpresources\RadEditorSharePoint\5.7.3.0__1f131a624888eeed\Resources\App_GlobalResources to the App_GlobalResources folder of your MOSS site. The default one is \Inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\80\App_GlobalResources.

2. Set the Language property in the respective ConfigFile.xml or ListConfigFile.xml, which are located in the /Program Files/Common Files/Microsoft Shared/web server extensions/wpresources/RadEditorSharePoint/5.x.x.0__1f131a624888eeed/Resources/ folder.

Review the following two articles:
Using Global Resource Files
Set Properties Via Config File

I understand that you have multilingual site. So here are some suggestions of how you can apply the different settings.
1. Review the following online help article: Different configuration files for different webs. If in each language your site has different UID, you will be able to create different ConfigFile{UID}.xml filers and you will be able to set the Language property for each site. (I do not know what is the implementation of your multilingual structure so I am not 100% sure that this will work in your environment).

2. You can create custom control which will inherit from RadEditor for MOSS and you will set the Language property programmatically.

3. I can provide you with the source code of RadEditor for MOSS and you will be able to create custom wsp solution, which will fit in your scenario.
 

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Stanimir
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answered on 08 Jul 2010, 02:58 PM
Hi Stanimir,

It seems that copying the files to the MOSS site's App_GlobalResources folder did the trick. The Sharepoint site variations take care of the rest.

Thanks!
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