On 18 Jul 2017, at 04:57, Gerriet M. Denkmann <g@...> wrote:
Both have: app → Content → Resources → de.lproj → PrefWindow.strings
On 18 Jul 2017, at 04:49, Steve Christensen <punster@...> wrote:
Did you check to see that the German localization of your strings is included in both targets? If you open both of the app bundles do you see de.lproj folder > PrefVWindow.strings in both?
The Objective-C version localises my PrefWindow if I *not* use a WindowController, but instead:
if ( self.window == nil )
[ NSBundle.mainBundle loadNibNamed: @"PrefWindow" owner: self topLevelObjects: &temp ];
[ self.window makeKeyAndOrderFront: self ];
Either this is a (rather silly) feature of NSWIndowController, or I do not know how to use it properly.
Anyway it works.
Now to fix the Swift version.
On Jul 17, 2017, at 11:54 AM, Gerriet M. Denkmann <g@...> wrote:
I have two apps: one in Objective-C, the other one in Swift.
The problem is:
1. The Objective-C version just ignores PrefWindow.strings.
2. The Swift version prints (whenever it should show the window):
… [strings] ERROR: QvC-M9-y7g.title not found in table PrefWindow of bundle CFBundle 0x100d02860 </System/Library/Frameworks/AppKit.framework> (not loaded)
But PrefWindow.strings (German) has:
/* Class = "NSWindow"; title = "Preferences"; ObjectID = "QvC-M9-y7g"; */
“QvC-M9-y7g.title" = "Einstellungen";
What am I doing wrong?