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I decided my option is better.. because it's better to waste (negligible) time on user action (when they change the current culture) instead of while simply viewing data.

honey the codewitch wrote:
Why the nullable string type though?

It's just the new syntactic sugar with nullable reference type (which is just a compiler hint, not a runtime truth). Arguably it's true they wont be null because the default culture dictionary will not be empty (with the way it's constructed). null string never bothered me, so I didn't give it a thought.. but yea.. it might a nice touch.

honey the codewitch wrote:
Have you considered using Lazy<T>

Well this is clearly counter productive, because the whole point of this generator is that the culture might (will?) change. Lazy have fixed value!
(I particularly wants live change notification since I opened a software in a unintelligible foreign language and I tried to make it English, turns out I had to find the language menu, select "english" and restart... Thanks google or I would have given up)

What you might suggest (and was contemplating) is to have my properties like so instead. Which remove the need for UpdateValues(), this is also more like the MS one is doing it.
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public static string? hello => GetResource("hello", GetDictionaries(Culture));
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