In article <hlockwood-BB80B6.email@example.com>,
Harry Lockwood <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> In article <HvidneKqV_0FdHbcRVnemail@example.com>,
> Phineas Whoopee <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > >> > Appears I'm not there yet. After I load Expense and try to access it,
> > >> > I get the message, Launch Error: The application cannot be launched
> > >> > because it is missing localization information.
> > Hi,
> > "Localization" usually refers to parts of the software that handle your
> > national language (e.g. English, French, Spanish...). Software writers who
> > have clients in many countries often split the software into two parts: one
> > part that does all the work and one smaller part that contains
> > messages/text to display to the user in her/his "local" language. That
> > way, it's easier to build, test, and distribute the same software around
> > the world. I'd search your CD for something that looks like the local
> > language part of the Expense Add-In.
> > HTH,
> > Mike
> That's an interesting observation. There are two Expense apps in the
> Add On folder (Mac OS 10.3.7). One is Expense.prc and is the one that
> gives thee Localization error cited above. The other is
> Expense_enUS.prc which one might choose based on your logic. (I'm in
> the US.)
> When I choose the latter and sync, it goes through the motions and
> appears, from the desktop, to have successfully loaded. But it appears
> nowhere on the T|E.
> Thanks for the input.
I got through to Palm customer service, was walked through a hard reset
and started over.
The trick is this: if there are two files, like Expense.prc and
Expense_enUS.prc, they must both be added together during the sync
operation. You would think that would be documented somewhere.