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Please take a look at the Localization help article where you can find more information on the localization topic.
Simply locate the application initialization logic and add some code in the method for Startup in App.xaml.cs:
Hope this helps.
Thanks for your reply.
Your replay was change application to different culture, but I need something different
I'm using RadTileView control inside the UserControl and I tested with the following scenario
1. Run the application with English culure
- When I mouse over the RadTileView, the tooltip was "Maximize"
2. Run the Application with German culture
- When I mouse over the RadTileView, the tooltip was "Maximum", but I need "Maximieren" like this
so what is the best way to translate the tooltip over the telerik control?
May be for the TileView the Localization is not implemented
because I installed new version of TeleriCore 2015.1.1 it works :)
If I understood you correctly you managed to solve the issue and it works fine using newer version of our controls. If I am wrong however and you still experience the issue, could you elaborate a bit more on the scenario. Could you double check that you applied the change over the App.xaml.cs? A sample runnable project or code snippets would also be helpful.
Sorry for making you to confuse :)
Actually in my application using NuGetPackages for telerik controls, but unfortunately didn't include the resource library (Telerik.Windows.Controls.resources), so that its not translating the tooltip on tile view, After including the this resource dll into my NuGetPackage, it solves the issues
Anyway thanks for your support.