British english on JavaFX controls
Stephen F Northover
steve.x.northover at oracle.com
Thu Oct 16 19:40:52 UTC 2014
Thanks Phil. I have given up on Canadian spelling where computers
concerned. Michael Fang is on the JIRA.
On 2014-10-16, 3:34 PM, Phil Race wrote:
> On 10/16/2014 7:38 AM, Stephen F Northover wrote:
>> Please enter a JIRA for the missing translation. If AWT/Swing is
>> missing a translation, is there a way to add it short of modifying
>> the system?
> I don't think Swing (or any other part of the JDK classes for that
> would reach out to an application classloaded resource.
> Also the translations are in resource classes buried in the
> and you have to get the source of the class to even know what you were
> supposed to provide and translate.
> FWIW I do not believe there is any British English resource
> translation in
> the JDK classes either .. nor Canadian for that matter :-)
> I suspect there was so little different it was not worth it even though
> the bar to entry is pretty low here.
> You can ask the localization (or is that localisation ? :-) team what
> have to say .. cc'd Michael Fang.
>> On 2014-10-16, 10:28 AM, Michael Berry wrote:
>>> Hi Tom,
>>> Sure, that makes sense, thanks for the info. Don't suppose there's a
>>> workaround you know of?
>>> This is for an application which has a bundled JRE, so I can
>>> just add the language file in the proper location - it'd just be
>>> nice to
>>> have a fix that doesn't require modification if possible!
>>> On 16 October 2014 15:20, Tom Schindl <tom.schindl at bestsolution.at>
>>>> On 16.10.14 16:15, Tom Schindl wrote:
>>>>> Ok - it ResourceBundle.getBundle() uses the classloader of the caller
>>>>> which means the ExtensionClassloader so having the additional
>>>>> in your local dir does help.
>>>> does NOT help!
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