So, having checked a number of tools, I decided to make one myself. I have made an extension for Dynamics 365 Business Central, and not only that, I have made it Public Domain, so that everybody can help developing it.
You can find the beta on my public GitHub account:
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Yesterday I got a question via LinkedIn. I need to add Spanish translation to my W1 instance. How do I do that?
So, let me walk you through that process.
Here is my Business Central setup. It is the Icelandic Docker Container, so I have Icelandic and English. Switching between Icelandic and English works just fine.
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Until now I have had my G/L Source Names extension in English only.
Now the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central I need to supply more languages. What does a man do when he does not speak the language?
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From today, Partner Translation Tool for Dynamics NAV 2018 is available and partners where Microsoft has not an official localization for NAV can start with localization processes.
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Some of you might already have needed to translate NAV objects before. When you did this, odds are big that you have run into “unreadable” translation tokens?
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The Microsoft Dynamics ERP Translation Solution is now available. This solution was developed by the MBS Engineering International team to improve the experience when Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics NAV partners translate our products or the solutions developed by them into existing and additional languages.
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This video demonstrates how to handle captions and translation files using application merge utilities in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015.
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