This Traditional Chinese localization of Sun's internationalized OpenWindows environment includes enhancements for handling appropriate linguistic and cultural conventions, which it provides to two broad working environments:
A localized development environment, which programmers use to develop localized applications, with Xlib and the XViewTM Toolkit, which have been internationalized for this use. Programmers/developers should refer to Solaris Internationalization Guide for Developers.
The Localization category in the Workspace Properties worksheet lets you set the locale in which applications will start. With this page you can set the Basic Setting, Display Language, Input Language, Numeric Format, and Time Format for new application windows from inside the Traditional Chinese OpenWindows environment.
These settings take effect each time a local application is started. Application windows are displayed in the locale that is currently set. If you change the locale, new application windows are displayed in the new locale, but existing application windows continue to be displayed in the original locale.