The PointFire Blog
The PointFire Blog
Tips on using SharePoint in a multilingual environment

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Translating global navigation is not a feature of PointFire 1.1, the current version, but it will be a feature of PointFire 2.0 coming out soon.

In the meantime, the PointFire User Guide explains, in the section entitled "Translations of UI Elements", an alternate method for how t...
20.01.17 07:01 AM - Comment(s)

Time for a fresh start!


The old IceFire blog is back and after many attempts at recovering it from backups over many months, we are finally doing the smart thing, giving up!  Giving up is a smart New Year's resolution sometimes.

We still have all the old posts backed up, and we will re-enter some...
18.01.17 05:01 AM - Comment(s)

You can edit text on your website by double clicking on a text box on your website. Alternatively, when you select a text box a settings menu will appear. your website by double clicking on a text box on your website. Alternatively, when you select a text box.

PointFire 2013 is introducing some excit...

20.01.14 06:21 AM - Comment(s)

In parts 1 and 2, we learned the common PointFire techniques to make sure that user interface and content are both in the language of the user's choice.  In part 3, we learn about some of the more advanced and lesser-known techniques, some of them requiring programming skill or access to the fi...

15.10.13 06:20 AM - Comment(s)
In this part of our multi-part series about PointFire, we'll cover localization techniques and dive into some of the additional benefits these techniques offer. For Part I click here.
 
PointFire offers 4 major localization techniques in addition to what SharePoint's MUI (Multilingual User I...
23.07.13 07:36 AM - Comment(s)