This step requires that you install Parallels Plesk Panel LP Builder and start a new language pack project in it.
To install LP Builder:
lpsdk.msiinstallation package downloaded with this Localization Kit, and follow the Installation Wizard instructions.
LP Builder is installed to the following location:
C:\Program Files\Parallels\Plesk Panel LP Builder\.
To start a new LP project:
LPBuilder.exelocated at the
C:\Program Files\Parallels\Plesk Panel LP Builder\directory.
Note: By default, LP Builder creates an LP project with LP sources of a particular major version of Plesk (e.g., 9.0). If you are making an LP for another version (say, 9.0.1), change the value in the Version text box.
Your LP project is created, and you can start translating the en-US LP to a required language. Speaking about the file system, the project is located in the folder you specified, and consists of LP Builder accessory files and folders, and source files (for details, refer to the Language Pack Content section) of the en-US LP for Plesk for Windows.
Using Alternative LP Sources
LP Builder tool is updated for every major Parallels Plesk Panel version (under a major version we understand the one in format X.X, like 8.4, 8.6, 9.0 and so on) to include the LP sources of this version. So, if you use Parallels Plesk Panel 9.0.0, it is enough to use LP sources that go with LP Builder to make up a PPP 9.0.0 LP.
However, the default locale may change in minor version/update releases, say, 9.0.1, while LP Builder still brings 9.0.0 sources. To have a 9.0.1 LP which 100% matches PPP 9.0.1 user environment, you need to use LP sources from Plesk 9.0.1. To do this, you have to manually add the required sources (in our example, 9.0.1) to an LP Builder project.
To add your sources to an LP Builder project:
The files and folders you need are
%plesk-dir% is a Plesk installation directory
\htdocs\locales\lang\folder and place there the
\plib\locales\lang\folder and place there the
\plib\locales\lang\directory, as follows:
That is it, you have your files added to LP project and can now translate them. Or, in case you added files already translated, you are ready to compile your LP.