Localization Testing Checklist is a tool used to ensure proper localization of software. It covers all aspects of localization, from language and translation to user interface and currency. It includes a comprehensive list of items to check, such as verifying language translations, making sure texts are properly aligned, testing user interface symbols, images, fonts, and cultural references, validating currency formats and symbols, and testing functionality in different languages. Additionally, it covers internationalization testing to make sure the software can support different languages and locales. The checklist helps software teams ensure the software is properly localized and ready to be used in different markets.
What is localization testing?
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