Support Asp.net Core MVC 1.x projects9 votes
Work has started on supporting ASP.net core 1.1 & 2.0
From the official download page:
You get v4.0.1795.0
According to this article:
One needs at least MAT v4.0.1810
Where can we download this one if not from the official page? Bing isn't very helpful either.3 votes
The update of the official page was missed and will be corrected.
Current version don't allow user to enable multilingual on a Asp.net Core 1.0 project. (ASP.NET 5 is ASP.NET Core 1.0)18 votes
Work to support for ASP.net core has started.
Can you update the videos for this tool? Originally they were created under Visual Studio 2012 when it was a installable into a project but now the tool is so different.
Here are the old videos:
YES! They are very old and need updating.
When I paste translations into the MAT and close the file there are often empty lines at the end of the translations, even if I have removed them. This messes up my UI. Please make a setting that automatically removes all the empty lines at the end of a translated string.7 votes
This has been identified as a bug in the Editor’s processing of text with a trailing new line.
While translating a single word I pressed by mistake the enter key. I delete it within the editor (there is no CR LF after the translated word) but it is still present at the xlf file. I was only able to delete the CR LF by editing the xlf with a xml editor but not with the Multilingual Editor.3 votes
This is fixed and will be in the next release. If you are willing to run a pre-release, let me know and I’ll get one to you.
It would be nice if the editor window size and state is remembered when reopening. Same goes for the panel within the editor window.4 votes
I will add it to the work item backlog.
a simple word count that Shows how many words must be translated2 votes
This is in the plan for a future release
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