- Import BGLocalization package
- Create your own database ( more info). Choose Resources or StreamingAssets loader for your database.
- Enable localization addon
- Go to Database->Localization and add your locales. Locale name- letters only, 8 chars maximum.
Setup single value table
Single value table is easy to use, but can have only one field.
- Go to Configuration and create a table (type of the table is LocalizationSingleValue), choose the type of data to be stored.
- Go to Database->"Your created table", add some rows. You can edit values for all locales here. Also you can use machine translation (Learn more about auto-translation here)
Setup embedded fields
Embedded fields allow you to embed localization fields into normal rows along with other fields and require more actions.
- Go to Configuration and create a table for your locale data (type of the table is Localization), choose the type of data to be stored.
- Create a normal table (row)
- Add a localized field to this table. You will need to choose a related table (created at step 1) here
- Go to Database->"Your created table", add some rows. You can edit localized values here (current locale will be used)
- Another option- is to choose "localization" table and edit values for all locales at once. You can use Auto-translation here
- Learn more about auto-translation here
- Once you data is ready, you can localize your Components (any field or property). For more details, please read the following section
How to localize fields/properties
More details can be found here
If you need to localize single field/property, use BGDataBinderFieldGo component (or legacy BGLocalizationGo)
If you need to use text template, use BGDataBinderTemplateGo component
If you want to localize multiple fields/properties from multiple GameObjects with single component, use BGDataBinderBatchGo component
Localization plugin adds the following features to data binding:
- For single value localization, it adds special $locale field, if your meta has localizationSingleValue type
- For templates you can also use $locale as field name, if your meta has localizationSingleValue type
How to change locale
var addon = BGRepo.I.Addons.Get<BGAddonLocalization>(); addon.CurrentLocale = "en"; // replace en with your locale name
Example project is available for download here