To launch the resource manager, select a project, then choose Tools > i18n Resources Manager.
All the resources for the selected project are displayed in the Resource Manager. See the sample project i18nDemo described in Running i18nDemo .
Locales are represented as folders under the top-level global node. The locale directories contain resource files which, in turn, hold the actual resources that can be used by the application.
Locales are represented by standard language and country codes as described in the MIDP 2.0 specification. For example, pt-BR represents Portuguese-speaking people living in Brazil.
To add a locale, right-click on the top-level global node and choose Add Locale. Choose the locale from the combo box, or type it directly, and click OK.
To rename a locale, right-click the locale directory and choose Rename.
To remove a locale and all its contained resource files, right-click the locale directory and choose Delete.
Resource files can be global (at the top level) or specific to a locale.
To create a new global resource file, right-click the top-level global directory and choose Add new resource file. Choose a name for the file.
To rename a resource file, right-click the file and choose Rename.
You can copy, cut, and paste entire resource files. Right-click a file and choose Copy or Cut. Then right-click the locale directory (or the top-level global) and choose Paste.
To remove a resource file, right-click the file and choose Delete.
Click on a resource file to display its contents.
To add an image or another type of binary data, click the Add button.
In the Configure New Resource window, select Add string resource.
Browse to select the file you want to add.
The automatically supplied Identifier value can be changed.
Click OK to add the resource.
To edit a resource, double-click in the resource field.
For strings you can edit an existing value.
Double-clicking a binary file opens a file chooser.