Use this sheet set advanced options.
Specifies if the table of contents (TOC) will be sorted. Possible sorting methods are:
|Do not sort
||Table of contents is not sorted|
|Sort pages first, then sub folders||Table of contents is sorted such way that it first contains pages and then sub folders.|
|Sort pages and sub folders together||Table of contents is sorted such way that pages and sub folders are sorted together and they may be pages between folders.|
Top level sorting specifies how top level items in the contents are sorted. Sub level sorting specifies how sub level items are sorted.
Note! When you turn on sorting Sisulizer visual contents editor still shows the contents as unsorted. However when you build localized files the contents is sorted using the sort method you selected.
If checked table of contents is sorted alphabetically. This means that if original file contains a sub folder having single character as its name all the sub pages will be placed on sub folders where the name of the folder matched the first characters of the page name.
Note! This option is used only when you localize to a language that uses alphabets. If you have Chinese, Korean or Japanese in your project the contents file this options is ignored for those languages.
The following image contain original non sorted table of contents.
The following image contain sorted table of contents where Sort pages first, then sub folders sorting is used.
The following image contain sorted table of contents where Sort pages and sub folders together sorting is used.
The following image contain original non sorted table of contents that contains alphabet based sub folders. The name of the each sub folder is only one character. Each sub folder contains pages that start with the same name as the folder name.
The following image contain Finnish version of above table of contents.
You can see that there are now four sub folders instead of original three. This is because in Finnish all three vehicles start with different letter. In English both bike and bicycle start with b.
Context method specifies how context value of formed. Possible values are:
|Item index||Item index is the string context. Each item (code or string) has an index value that is a counting integer values starting from 0.
Compared to String value method this method creates own row for each instance of the same string letting you to translate them in a different way.
This is the default value.
|String value||String value is the string context.
If the source code contains same string twice of more then all instances share the single row and they all are translated in the same way.
Both methods can be used with any file. The difference is how duplicates strings are handled. Item index creates as many rows as there are duplicate strings. String value method always only one row for each string.