[vlc-devel] Re: German localization on new OSX-Interface

Stephan Assmus stippi at yellowbites.com
Mon Dec 15 10:36:34 CET 2003

Derk-Jan Hartman wrote on Mon, 15 Dec 2003 01:13:05 +0100:

> > An interface should simply be
> > font sensitive. No sizes should be hardcoded. The translator should 
> > not
> > have to worry about this.
> And that is why .nib files are actually not cool at all. It's cool 
> for 
> rapid development, but when you need to do advanced stuff like 
> supporting localizations in it (without having 10 exact the same nib 
> files which need to be actively updated every release by MacOSX 
> users....) And Cocoa is a disaster to programatically create user 
> interfaces and dynamically resizing stuff while still making it all 
> look good. You are right that we should .

There is no such thing as a layout manager in the OSX API? 


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