The project consists of one or more files that require localization. It also contains translation of the original resources of the files.
The Lingobit Localizer project file has a .loc extension. It is created in the location entered by the user, in the folder named after the name of the project. The project folder is a home directory for the localized files as well as supporting files (supporting files are temporary files used in certain types of projects). The localized and supporting files are placed in folders according to their target languages.
Lingobit Localizer allows the project to be localized for a certain locale. You can specify the target language of the application and the region where it is used.
For example, there are 17 variants of the Arabic language in the list: Arabic-Iraq, Arabic-Morocco, Arabic-Lebanon, Arabic-Saudi Arabia and so on. You can also choose Arabic, without regional specification.
You can select more than one target language of the application. You can also add target languages after the project is created. However, it is necessary to specify at least one target language of the application.
See also Target Language, Create new project, Add files to project, Remove files from project.