SOURCE CODE: Pseudo-localizer
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    <p>The <b>Pseudo-localizer</b> tool (which makes use of the <a href="../reference/Uize.Widgets.Tools.PseudoLocalizer.html"><code>Uize.Widgets.Tools.PseudoLocalizer</code></a> widget module) lets you experiment with the technique of pseudo-localiztion.</p>

    <p>Pseudo-localization is a process of programmatically "translating" application text (typically English) to a pseudo-locale to aid in identifying i18n (internationalization) and L10n (localization) issues in the application. Pseudo-localization comprises the processes of accenting, expansion, and wrapping, which are applied to the source (untranslated) text to produce the pseudo-localized text. For more information on pseudo-localization, consult the reference for the <a href="../reference/Uize.Loc.Pseudo.html"><code>Uize.Loc.Pseudo</code></a> module.</p>

    <p>This tool lets you customize the various pseudo-localization options that are supported by the <code>Uize.Loc.Pseudo</code> module and pseudo-localize any custom source text that you enter.</p>
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Uize.require (
  [
    'UizeSite.Page.Example',
    'Uize.Widgets.Tools.PseudoLocalizer.Widget'
  ],
  function () {
    'use strict';

    /*** create the example page widget ***/
      var page = window.page = UizeSite.Page.Example ();

    /*** add the pseudo-localizer widget ***/
      page.addChild (
        'pseudoLocalizer',
        Uize.Widgets.Tools.PseudoLocalizer.Widget,
        {
          built:false,
          source:[
            'This is some text that should be pseudo-localized.',
            '',
            'Text may contain <span style="font-weight: bold;">HTML<span> tags, and the tags will not be pseudo-localized.',
            '',
            'Expansion is based on the character count of the pseudo-localizable words, and is not influenced by numbers (123456789.0123456789), or whitespace (        ) or punctuation (!?.,;:&-=[]).'
          ].join ('\n')
        }
      );

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      page.wireUi ();
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