Localization of Apps: Thai & Vietnamese

by Shane Isbell » Fri, 04 Sep 2009 12:16:20 GMT


Sponsored Links
 Is anyone interested in localizing their Android application to Thai or
Vietnamese for delivery on SlideME?  It looks like there is a lot of demand
for localized applications in these countries. We can help developers get
things started, show you how we do our builds, and then see about lining up
people who would be willing to help translate for you. We've got some code
at Masa:  http://code.google.com/p/masa/ for translating back and forth 
between po files and strings.xml so that would assist translations. If there
is enough interest, we will get things started from our side.

-- 
Shane Isbell (Co-founder of SlideME - The Original Market for Android)
 http://twitter.com/sisbell 
 http://twitter.com/slideme 

--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~



Other Threads

1. onFling

Finally I found a way to synchronize the scrolls. I was using a
gesture listener to listen for scrolls/flings which did not give me
accurate results. Now I simply pass the onTouch events from one view
to the other view. This makes both the views to scroll perfectly in
sync.




-- 

2. Can a image rotate 90 in YUVMonochromeBitmapSource Zxing?

hi

 I have a demo based on Android1.5 and Zxing,

 our alteration is as follow:

 <activity android:name=".MainActivity"
               android:screenOrientation="portrait"
               android:configChanges="orientation|keyboardHidden"
              android:theme="@android:style/
Theme.NoTitleBar.Fullscreen">

 MainActivity is a subClass of TabActivity,
     Intent captureIntent = new Intent(this, CaptureActivity.class);
     tabHost.addTab(tabHost.newTabSpec("tab_autoscan")
             .setIndicator(getString(R.string.tab_autoscan),
 getResources().getDrawable (R.drawable.tab_autoscan)).setContent
(captureIntent));

 In the class CameraManager   private void setCameraParameters() {
     Camera.Parameters parameters = mCamera.getParameters();
     parameters.set("orientation", "portrait");
     parameters.set("rotation", 90);
     parameters.setPreviewSize(mScreenResolution.x,
mScreenResolution.y);
     mCamera.setParameters(parameters);
   }

 I am testing at 1.5 now,
 In the class DecodeThread, running the method "decode", the result is
 R.id.decode_failed.
 I look up the sourcecode zxing,

   YUVMonochromeBitmapSource source = new
 
YUVMonochromeBitmapSource(data,width,height,CameraManager.get().getFramingRect());

   YUVMonochromeBitmapSource don't support  rotate function.

 Could you share a idea for solving this problem?

 Thanks in advance...

-- 

3. How Display list of all video files on android system?

4. How create LatinIME's binary dictionary(why get the child node address by the same address)

5. Additional code generation after aapt runs?

6. Alsa rendering not working for sampling rates different from 44.1 khz

7. Documentation on SMS Content Provider?