Friday, May 22, 2015 - 14:30
By Val Vachaev
Qt, C++, localization, internationalization
In this blog post, we will show an example of how to support dynamic language selection in an application using Qt. By "dynamic", I mean that the application can change the displayed language from within the application at run-time, rather than picking it up from the locale once on startup.
Text or ID-Based Translations?
In this example we will be using the text identifier translation mechanism, which may not be familiar to you if you have only used Qt's more common string-based translation method using the tr() method.
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