Sorting it all Out Michael Kaplan's random stuff of dubious value Be sure to read the disclaimer here first!
For a long time, the National Language Support Reference contained all of the information for the Multilingual User Interface. But that is changing now, and in upcoming releases of the Platform SDK -- with these two new links (one for NLS, and one for MUI -- both under the International Text Display node.
That MUI node is brand new, and contains both all of the MUI info that used to be mixed in with NLS and a ton of new info under the About Multilingual User Interface (MUI) node.
How much new and cool and previously disparate info is there, you might ask?
About 2.6 buttloads, at least!
Check out these topics:
I'll be talking about some of these topics further in future posts, especially the updates to the resource model, fallbacks, and other improvements/changes (in both Vista and in downlevel components.
But for those who want to start looking right away, the docs are available above.
Don't miss that note on the top of many of these new pages:
Note: This documentation is preliminary and subject to change.
Enjoy, and strap in for some of the future upcoming posts!
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