In the Hotkeys tab in Keyman Configuration, this text can be used around keyboard and language names, if necessary, for example: “Activate [Korean KORDA] Keyboard” would put “Activate” into the Prefix and “Keyboard” into the Suffix. It’d be better to use format strings but they are not supported in the XSL transforms… these can probably be left blank.
The language setup dialog has been removed as of Keyman 10 as most of these tasks are now completely automatic. So all S_LangSetup strings should be removed (noted in issue 1200.
This string is a prefix to a keyboard name and goes with
S_OSK_FontHelper_NonUnicode1 + <keyboard_name> + S_OSK_FontHelper_NonUnicode2.
This string can be left blank – we have used it for beta version products but don’t have that in place at present.
We don’t currently translate product names, which is fairly common practice in computing products (e.g. Windows, iPhone etc are not translated). I know other products do have their names translated e.g. Coca Cola. But at this point we won’t translate the name.