and Save As
dialogs are not completely defined inside UltraEdit. UltraEdit uses a derived version of Windows standard Open
and Save As
dialogs like also Windows Notepad does. This can be easily seen on doing following:
- Open a PDF file in Adobe Reader, use File - Save As and keep the dialog window open.
- Run Windows Notepad, enter any character in new file, use File - Save As and keep the dialog window open.
- Run UltraEdit, enter any character in a new file, use File - Save as and keep the dialog window open.
Common as defined by Windows in Save As
- Everything above the file name edit field - list type (icons, list, details, ...), order by file name, file date, etc.
- The File name label left to edit field for the file name.
- The Save as type label left to drop down list for selecting file type.
- The Save label of the button closing the dialog and saving the file.
- The Cancel label of the button closing the dialog without saving the file.
- The Hide Folders label of the button hiding the area with the directory tree and the files list changing to Browse Folders on being used.
Interesting: Microsoft has not defined any letter in Hide Folders
as mnemonic key, but B
in Browse Folders
Windows Notepad has additionally the Encoding
UltraEdit has additionally the Encoding
list item, the ADS Stream
item and has overloaded the Save
button with a extended version having additionally a down arrow opening a list with Save
, Save (DOS line ends - CR/LF)
, Save (Unix line ends - LF)
and Save (Mac legacy line ends - CR)
To see what UltraEdit really defines in Save As
dialog and what is derived from Windows standard Save As
dialog window I executed German UltraEdit on English Windows. In German is:
- The title of the dialog window being Speichern unter instead of Save as.
- Alt. Datenstrom instead of ADS Stream.
- Kodierung and the German list items instead of Encoding and the English list items.
- Speichern and German save button list items instead of Save and English save button list items.
Everything else is in English like in Notepad or in Adobe Reader although UltraEdit is in German.
Conclusion: The Chinese translation team of UltraEdit should label the extended save button in Chinese version of UltraEdit exactly as the Chinese version of Windows. If there is (S)
in Save As
dialog of Chinese Windows Notepad, UltraEdit should have also (S)
in label of save button.
I hope you have explained clearly in email to IDM support what should be the label in Chinese version of UltraEdit according to Chinese Windows.
Do you have also looked on Open
button in Open
dialog opened with Ctrl+O?
I would not be surprised when the label in Chinese UltraEdit is also not 100% correct in comparison to Chinese Windows and as it can be seen in Chinese Notepad.