Difference between revisions of "localize"

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| Used to internationalise text messages. A string is returned from [[Stringtable.csv]] (or stringtable.xml) which corresponds to the ''stringName''. |= Description
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| Used to internationalise text messages. A string is returned from [[Stringtable.csv]] (or [[Stringtable.xml]]) which corresponds to the ''stringName''. |= Description
 
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| [[isLocalized]], [[WFSideText]], [[parseText]], [[Stringtable.csv File Format]] |= See also
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Revision as of 02:24, 31 December 2016

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Posted on September 12, 2014 - 11:55 (UTC)
Killzone Kid
The command localize will strip all HTML tags from your stringtable.xml entries, however there is a way to trick it by substituting tags with HTML code instead:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Key ID="STR_TEST_KK">
	<Original><![CDATA[<t color='#ff0000'>This doesn't work</t>]]></Original>
</Key>
<Key ID="STR_TEST_KK2">
	<Original>&lt;t color='#ff0000'&gt;This works&lt;/t&gt;</Original>
</Key>

hint parseText localize "str_test_kk"; //no change of colour hint parseText localize "str_test_kk2"; //hint content is in red