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Multilingual User Interface (MUI) OS Design Development (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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The Multilingual User Interface (MUI) allows users to change the language of the user interface (UI). Using MUI, you can generate a single run-time image for multiple target languages and markets.

OS Design Information

The following table shows operating system design information for MUI.

ElementInformation
DependenciesNLS, font and other locale-specific components.
Hardware considerationsSupport for soft reset.

Modules and Components

The following table shows the components and modules that implement MUI.

ItemModuleComponent
MUIcoredllNone

Multilingual User Interface (MUI) Implementation Considerations

You can include the Multilingual User Interface (MUI) Catalog item in your OS design by choosing the item from the Catalog. Choosing this Catalog item sets the appropriate Sysgen variable for enabling MUI.

The following table shows the Sysgen variable that enables Multilingual User Interface (MUI).

Sysgen variableDescription
SYSGEN_MULTIUIWhen this variable is set, Multilingual User Interface (MUI) is included in the OS design.

Operating System Development Topics

MUI Implementation

MUI Locale Considerations

MUI Font Linking

Multilingual User Interface (MUI) Registry Settings

Multilingual User Interface (MUI) Security

Multilingual User Interface (MUI) Migration

Multilingual User Interface (MUI) Samples

How to Create a Multilingual Run-time Image Using MUI

Application Development Topics

Working with Fonts in the MUI

Using the MUI with Applications

Multilingual User Interface (MUI) Reference

See Also

Multilingual User Interface (MUI)


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