Setting Up a New Language
  • Updated on 05 Mar 2019
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Setting Up a New Language

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To set up a new language, first enter a custom translation string, which is the text that should be translated. This text can be one or multiple words.

Then, you add the language for translation. Finally, you assign a value in that language for the custom translation string.


Begin by adding the custom translation string, the text that should be translated.
Navigate to the folder System > System Data > Languages and select Master Translation List in the folder data panel.

Click the Add String to Translate action.

In the New string translation pop-up,we enter the text to translate.

Next, add a language for translation.
Navigate to the Languages folder and select the Add Language button.


In the New Language pop-up, enter the language name and click OK .


In the folder data panel, select the newly added language.

When viewing a list of details associated with the new language, the translation string entered displays. To associate the string with a translation into this language, select the text to translate, and select Set Translation from the actions menu in the lower right.


In the New string translation pop-up, enter the translation for the selected string and click OK .


To view a list of the strings in the translation list, click the Change Report drop-down list, and navigate to All Folder Items - By State .



A list of the folder entities, including the one translation string added, displays.


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