Category Property
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LocalizabilityAttribute.Category Property

 

Gets the category setting of the localization attribute's targeted value.

Namespace:   System.Windows
Assembly:  PresentationCore (in PresentationCore.dll)

public LocalizationCategory Category { get; }

Property Value

Type: System.Windows.LocalizationCategory

The category setting of the localization attribute.

The following table shows the modifiability settings of the localization attribute.

Category setting

Meaning

None

Resource does not belong to a standard category.

Text

A lengthy piece of descriptive text.

Title

A single line of text, such as a title.

Label

A short text string, such as a control label.

Button

A Button or related control.

CheckBox

A CheckBox or related control.

ComboBox

A ComboBox or related control, such as ComboBoxItem.

ListBox

A ListBox or related control, such as ListBoxItem.

Menu

A Menu or related control, such as MenuItem.

RadioButton

A RadioButton or related control.

ToolTip

A ToolTip or related control.

Hyperlink

A Hyperlink or related control.

TextFlow

A FlowDocument or other panel that can contain text.

XmlData

XML data.

Font

Font-related data such as font family, font style, or font size.

Inherit

Inherits category from parent node.

Ignore

Do not localize this resource. This does not apply to any child nodes of the resource.

NeverLocalize

Do not localize this resource, or any of its child nodes whose category is set to Inherit.

The following code example shows the category settings of localization attributes defined for a button.

<!-- Define localization attributes for the button.
      - The content is visible to the localizer and can be changed.
      - The font family property is visible to the localizer but cannot be changed. -->
  <Button
    FontFamily="Microsoft San Serif"
    Localization.Attributes=
      "$Content(Button Readable Modifiable) FontFamily(Font Readable Unmodifiable)" >
    your company name here
  </Button>

.NET Framework
Available since 3.0
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