Tiny EditLive! includes various features allowing for increased ease of use of EditLive! by international users. The internationalization features of EditLive! include user interface translations in several languages, international spell checkers, and support for international character sets.
The interface for EditLive! has been translated into several different languages as part of the program's internationalization support. The language of the editor is dependant on the language setting of the client system's operating system. If the language setting of the client system specifies a language which is not supported by EditLive!, the interface will default to English.
To ensure menu items displayed in the editor are internationalized, you will need to use pre-defined menu names in your configuration file. For more information, see the <menu> Configuration File Element.
The interface for EditLive! is internationalized for the following languages:
- Chinese (Simplified)
- Chinese (Traditional)
- French (Europe)
- Portuguese (Brazil)
- Portuguese (Europe)
- Spanish (Europe)
Supported Character Sets
EditLive! provides a variety of character sets for representing HTML content. See the Character Sets Supported article for a complete list of the character sets supported by EditLive!. For detailed information on how to specify the character set used by EditLive!, see the Specifying Character Sets in the Applet article.
Supplied Spell Checking Dictionaries
EditLive! comes packaged with several language-specific dictionaries. These dictionaries are used in conjunction with EditLive's spell checking functionality. See the Tiny Dictionaries article for a list of the dictionaries available for use with EditLive!. For information on how to specify which dictionary is used with EditLive!, see the <spellCheck (Applet)> Configuration File Element.
EditLive! for Java comes packaged with several language specific-thesauruses. See the Tiny Thesauruses article for a list of the thesauruses available for use with EditLive!. For information on how to specify which thesaurus is used with EditLive!, see the <thesaurus (Applet)> Configuration File Element.