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The new Suntest CPS+ offers error-free operation with a larger four-line display panel providing easier viewing for the operator, eight user interface languages (English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Polish and Russian) allowing users to control the unit in their native language, and two pre-programmed test methods convenient for those new to the use of xenon equipment for material testing.
Supported user interface languages include English and Russian.
Support for switching between user interface languages and printing multiple languages on signs provides a strong benefit for a company that operates across borders.
dealnews has also begun developing the next generation of its proprietary content management software using Mozilla's rich XML User Interface Language (XUL, pronounced "zool").
In addition, with the Windows 2000 MultiLanguage version, the user interface language is also stored in the user profile, enabling users to move between networked machines running Windows 2000 MultiLanguage version and retain a consistent UI language.
Introduced by Microsoft in 2003 as the new user interface language for its next operating system, XAML allows developers to separate user interface code from application logic, providing better control over interface layout and drastically reducing development time.
New tool kit features include menu system improvement, 64-bit architectures, a simplified data transfer model, expanded internationalization support, and User Interface Language (UIL) support for the new extensibility framework also included in this release.
Introduced by Microsoft in 2003 as the new user interface language for its next-generation presentation layer, XAML is an XML-based syntax that decreases development time and offers more flexibility than anything previously available.