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Location of TranslatedStrings.txt for Vista?

Feb 1, 2010
West Sussex, UK
Lightroom Experience
Lightroom Version
Mark, there are about 7' "translatedstrings.txt" files on my Win7 PC, which will probably be the same location as Vista.....many are different language specific, here's a screenshot of the first page of a search....you'll get the idea.

If you can be more specific about what you are looking for, happy to try to help.

Mark Sirota

Senior Member
Oct 8, 2007
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Lightroom Experience
Power User
Ah, sorry. I'm looking for the "main" one -- not tied to any web engines, plugins, etc.

On a Mac it's in /Applications/Adobe Lightroom 3.app/Contents/Resources.

It's possible it doesn't exist by default. If Windows has a way to inspect a binary, searching for TranslatedStrings.txt might reveal its location.