Messages and Labels database management Freeware: It's a Messages and Labels database management tool. The software allows to manage few file format: TXT, CSV, INI, HTML, XSLT, XML Greenshot, ...
The content of Labels and Messages database is linked to one file. That is, a basis corresponds to a single file on the hard disk of the Windows workstation. A database, so a file, must be accessible via Windows Explorer, to allow an opening from software. Once the database is open, a screen displays its contents.
A database of Labels and Messages is simply an XML file. It is therefore not a binary format not available without the software. Within the XML file, the tags correspond to a precise and organization specific to the interpretation of the software. Direct change of the tags is possible, but improper handling can make inoperent the use of the XML file by Messages Editor. The XML file is directly accessible to the consultation via Internet Explorer or any other ASCII editor.
Apart from the user manual, software includes several texts, such as buttons, drop-down menus and information messages. These texts can be inserted directly in the software, but implies only one version, therefore, a priori, the use of a single language.
A database of messages is used to outsource the software, any portion of the texts used by the software. So, if the texts are no longer in the executable software, they are easy to adapt. The first adaptation is the ability to translate them without depend of the software creation (compilation).
Messages Editor allows to access to free on-line translation service: Word Reference and Bing Translator.
Support of Microsoft Framework .NET 4-6-1. Support of PeaZip file format to export database messages. Support of JSON format to export database messages. Few issues fixed and improvement of setup program.
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