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True, but you can keep your screenshots with other tricks too. Most
localizers have "best practice" information that they *should* be
providing to content developers that include wording rules, image
rules, and other rules. Rules rules rules, I know, but following a bit
of structure up front in your work can save on countless hours of
frustration later on.
On Apr 12, 2005 3:10 PM, Chad LaCroix <chad -at- architext-usa -dot- com> wrote:
> Bill Swallow said -
> And of course you have to avoid all that if you are looking to produce
> easily-internationalizable content. ;-)
> It is funny you say that. The least costly of screenshots to localize are
> of course......no screenshots. However, there are companies that offer
> front-end streamlining of content intended for localization. You could keep
> your screenshots with your red circles and still not get charged up the
> wazoo for them.
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