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Translate Telerik provider

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In DotNetNuke 6.0 the HTML editor manager was added which simplifies the process of changing the User Interface Localization and spell checking locales.

Process

To change the locale of the editor:

  • install full language pack for the editor or translate the .RESX files manually (Note: file extensions that should be in the format en-us.resx)
  • go to the Host > HTML Editor Manager
  • click Default Configuration and load the settings.
  • Scroll down the page, and then click copy
  • For role select Everyone and click the link to Portal
  • click Create
  • In the Common Settings, fill in the localed (e.g. de-de) in the language textbox
  • fill in the CSS file path that is used (/Skins/SkinName/Skin.css)
  • In the Developer Settings, enter de-de as the language for spell-checking
  • click Update
  • now go to the folder: DesktopModules/Admin/ToolsFile/RadEditorProvider/ and open the file for the portal (e.g. ToolsFile.PortalId.0 xml)
  • comment out and select the lines that you no longer want to use
  • Save and close the file
  • Add the file for German spell-checking (de-de.tdf) in DesktopModules/Admin/RadSpell/RadEditorProvider/

Note: The latest version of the dictionaries are always available with the download of the Telerik controls. Simply navigate to %Telerik installation directory%\%RadControls directory%\App_Data\RadSpell to retrieve them.
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