Overview. XPS scanner options allow the user to specify how to localize XPS files.
XPS (XML Paper Specification) is designed to represent digital content in a paper-like fashion. Like the PDF format, XPS is a fixed-layout document format designed to preserve document fidelity, providing device-independent documents appearance.
Multilizer’s XPS scanner adds support for the localization of XPS documents. It supports translation of texts in XPS documents, including texts embedded in SmartArt (used in MS Office documents). Font embedding feature ensures that the traslated document is able to show all texts correctly.
This plug-in is available as a separate plug-in. To get an evaluation version of this plug-in, contact sales(at)multilizer.com.
Source file. Specifies the location of the XPS file.
|Subdirectory||Create localized file(s) in sub directories named by language and locale.|
|Bundle name||Append the language and locale information in the output file name.|
|File extension||Replace the original file extension with language and locale information.|
|ISO||ISO standard coding style.|
|.NET||Microsoft .Net coding style.|
|Windows||Windows coding style.|
Use this option, if translated text contains squares instead of text. Embedding a font in the document does two things:
Specifies how the context if formed. Context is the unique identifier in Multilizer project.
The possible options are:
The sample shows how the context looks like.