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Customizing application text
You can customize the application text such as button text and menu options in Interviewer Console, Data Entry Player, and the UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer - Synchronization Console.
The following resource files contain all modifiable application text. They are in the installation directory at Resources. There is one version for each language the UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer product supports.
Resource files
DEPlayerPublicResources.de.resx
DEPlayerPublicResources.es.resx
DEPlayerPublicResources.fr.resx
DEPlayerPublicResources.it.resx
DEPlayerPublicResources.ja.resx
DEPlayerPublicResources.resx
DEPlayerPublicResources.zh-CN.resx
InterviewerConsolePublicResource.de.resx
InterviewerConsolePublicResource.es.resx
InterviewerConsolePublicResource.fr.resx
InterviewerConsolePublicResource.it.resx
InterviewerConsolePublicResource.ja.resx
InterviewerConsolePublicResource.resx
InterviewerConsolePublicResource.zh-CN.resx
SyncClientConsolePublicResources.de.resx
SyncClientConsolePublicResources.es.resx
SyncClientConsolePublicResources.fr.resx
SyncClientConsolePublicResources.it.resx
SyncClientConsolePublicResources.ja.resx
SyncClientConsolePublicResources.resx
SyncClientConsolePublicResources.zh-CN.resx
Customizing the application text in Interviewer Console
1 Create a bin directory in the installation directory:
[INSTALL_FOLDER]\IBM\SPSS\<version>\Interviewer\
2 Copy the appropriate application resource files from the installation directory:
([INSTALL_FOLDER]\IBM\SPSS\<version>\Interviewer\Resources
to the bin directory.
3 You can modify the files in the bin directory with your own, custom text.
Use a .resx file editor, for example, Zeta Resource Editor (see www.zeta-resource-editor.com).
See also
Customizing the applications
Setting the default language for UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer
Customizing application banner and icons
Customizing project status graphics
Customizing background color
Setting the project cache file’s save mode