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    German Strings for Next Done, Copy Paste....


    Hi there!

    I am using Sencha Touch with Phonegap to bring my app to iOS. When I use the keyboard to insert text or want to copy/paste some text I allways get the english Strings of 'Next', 'Done', 'Copy', 'Paste'...

    How could I tell my app to use the german strings?

    Thnx!

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    There is nothing Sencha Touch can do. I would think this is an iOS issue.
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    yea, I found out via stackoverflow:

    "Create a de.lproj directory (within the ressources folder of your project). Then create with a file called Localizable.strings inside that folder. Finally add that directory to you project. That's it, you won't have to manually translate the strings (Done, Next, ...). It just should work..."

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