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Enabling Script Localization ? What does it do?

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  1. Sam
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    28 Jan 2014
    11 Jul 2016
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    Hi everyone,

    Does anyone has any ideas on the following?

    Under Script Manager >> Enable Script Localization

    Indicates whether the ScriptManager control renders localized versions of script files. Applies only for frontend

    Does this means that if this is Enabled? All the JS files that Sitefinity uses for its Webresources (eg: jquery/ajax and others) will be localize in the server? Where are the localize files?

     

    Script Manager > Script References

    Taking the MicrosoftAjax as an example. It can be seem that the path is http://ajax.microsoft.com/ajax/beta/0910/MicrosoftAjax.js. Does this means that Sitefinity will grab from MS server and combine them to generate the webresources? I notice this for the KendoUI libraries also. 

     

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