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Example1: Localisation of German text to English What you need for the above example: 1) VOS (Virtual Organisation Server) and Virtaal 2) a German text source (e.g. file, your own application) 3) a German destination text (e.g. file, your own application) 4) a Japanese language file (default) After you have installed the VOS and the Virtaal tool, follow the steps below to prepare your source and destination files. Steps: 1) Put a German text file on your hard disk. 2) Open the Virtaal tool, choose a language and input the German text. 3) Save the resulting English file on your hard disk. 4) Open the Virtaal tool, choose a language and input the English destination text. 5) Save the resulting German file on your hard disk. Option1: Use Virtaal as a Localisation tool with all languages available. Option2: Use Virtaal as a Device Translation tool with the dedicated built-in codecs. 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