This language pack is designed to be used to translate an English language project into French, and also to correctly render a French language project into French. If you are using it with a French language project, for best results, be sure to specify that the project language is French (in the Header record – which is accessible from the ‘Special Records’ submenu of the View menu).
The language pack could be extended or modified to support translating other project languages into French, if required.
This language pack contains language variants of fact types (fact definitions), as well as language variants of text schemes for diagrams.
If at any point you need to create a new fact type, you can define a language variant for it, for this language pack, and for any other language packs you have installed. To do this, click ‘Fact Types’ on the Tools menu, select the new fact type and click Edit. Then click the ‘Go To Language Variant’ button and select the appropriate language pack.
You can add translations to the 3 translation tables by selecting this language pack and clicking the ‘Edit’ button in the Language Packs window. If you add a place to the Places translation table, be aware that this table is used, even in same-language rendering (i.e. French-to-French), to help with rendering of correct grammar. A ‘#’ character in front of a place name (in the ‘To’ column) means that the place should be treated, for grammar purposes, as a plural country. Put a ‘~’ character if the place should be not be treated, for grammar purposes, as a country, state or region.
- Localised Language: Français
- Uploaded by: Calico Pie