Let's imagine you have created a project with a specific version of a bundle. If a localizer sends you back a localized version of the bundle in a specific language, iLocalize allows you to update your project to include that language. This scenario usually happens when you are the developer of a bundle and external localizers are translating your bundle in several languages.
To update a language using a bundle, follow these steps:
Make sure the language you are about to update exists in the
project. If not, add it using the command
Project > Add
Project > Update From Bundle.
Check the button [Update the localized languages of the project from bundle].
Choose or drag the bundle. The list of languages is updated to reflect the languages available in the bundle.
Click any language you want to update in the project.
Optionally check the button [Update NIB layouts from imported layouts] to update the layout of the language in the project with the layouts from the bundle. This is useful when the localizer has adjusted the NIB files and you want your project to use those.
Optionally check the button [Create non-existing localized file from base language] to create any missing file in the language of the bundle from the base language of the project.
Click [Next] to begin the update of the project.