Re: Localization Question

Subject: Re: Localization Question
From: Jay Maechtlen <techwriter -at- covad -dot- net>
To: Roger Bell <RBell -at- vcgsoftware -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 04 May 2006 08:35:40 -0700

Roger Bell wrote:

For documentation that will be localized from the original American
English, which is the better choice?

The Basic Edit window appears.
The Basic Edit window displays.

Also, if you can tell me WHY one is better, that will help me understand
the issue. Thanks in advance.

for the translation/localization, you'd hope that the translators will select the appropriate term/phrase rather than trying to capture literary flavor!
If they can't, then you may wish to reconsider your chouce of translators...

Jay Maechtlen
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