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Bernhard
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Bernhard asked on 06 Aug 2013, 04:54 PM
Hello,

I'm trying to change the language of the radrichtextbox and radrichtextboxRibbonUI to German.
I've created a richtextbox similar to this sample:
Using-the-Telerik-Rich-Text-Editor-In-Visual-Studio-LightSwitch

Furthermore I followed these steps:
http://www.telerik.com/help/silverlight/common-localization.html -> Localization Using Built-in Resources
http://www.telerik.com/help/silverlight/gridview-localization-setting-default-startup-language3.html

That means:
- added the supported culture tag (<SupportedCultures>en;de</SupportedCultures> - in Lightswitch proj file and Silverlight proj)
- setted CurrentCulture & CurrentUICulture to "de" (both in the silverlight ctrl constructor and in the lightswitch screen run event)
- Telerik.Windows.Controls.resources.dll is available in both projects (lightswitch & silverlight project - \RadRichTextLightSwitchTest\RadRichTextLightSwitchTest\Bin\Debug\bin\de and RadRichTextLightSwitchTest\SilverlightUI\Bin\Debug\de)

But somehow it doesn't work out.

Do I miss something?
Are there any known issues?

"Localization Using Custom Localization Manager" would work, but I want to avoid that solution.

Thanks for your help!
Bernhard

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Iva Toteva
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answered on 07 Aug 2013, 03:38 PM
Hi Bernhard,

RadRichTextBox is localized, however there are no translations of the strings used in the UI for languages other than English. In
this knowledge base article you could find all localization strings that RadRichTextBox and its default UI use. You can also refer to this article which describes how the localization of RadRichTextBox in particular can be done.


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Iva Toteva
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