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Translate the Object inspector...Is it possible?

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typo:

--- Quote ---Also for beginners it is good - they learn english and programming at the same time.
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LOL, it is useful to this too. But sometimes the programmer is very much better in Pascal than in English.

Sometimes, also, English is considered The Hateful Empire language.

Blaazen:

--- Quote ---But sometimes the programmer is very much better in Pascal than in English.
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But Pascal itself is english (while, for, begin, end, read, write and many others).

Anyway - is good for such beginner to have translated GUI, menu and everything, but NOT properties of components.

typo:
I think that for now English is good, but the long-term trend is to nationalize.

Leledumbo:
For language keywords, it is still possible through the use of additional keyword lookup table. But for others (unit names, class names, property names, method names) that would mean creating a whole new libraries.

mas steindorff:

--- Quote from: typo on January 20, 2011, 12:56:39 am ---Sometimes, also, English is considered The Hateful Empire language.

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As Lazarus was raised from the dead, can the same be done with Latin?
Probably too dusty :)

a object can be the class of new object.  it just takes a lot of typing to offer a second property that does the same as the original.
when the original gets updated, the translated one still works, just with new English names.

(not something I would volunteer for)

the user of these new objects will also be limited on asking for help or cross checking Dephi sorce...

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