Multiple Language Form: How to allow users to see all the languages?

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    Asked on August 26, 2016 at 07:34 PM
    Another pesky customer...
    I am up to 26 languages for my form and wonder if
    the dropdown menu can be modified so it is easier to select a
    language, particularly the languages at the end of the list.
    Currently the list of languages displays such the user cannot
    select some languages without scrolling down and I am afraid
    some users will not know to scroll down to find their language.
    Your thoughts?

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    Answered on August 26, 2016 at 07:42 PM

    I think displaying the languages in a drop down is the best way to show them in the form, otherwise you would have a big list of languages and it would use space in your form. 

    What you can do is actually get the browser's language and display the form in that language, I mean, the form will identify the language your users are in and then it will apply that language to the form, to do it open the language wizard and click on the options button: 

    Once there check the option to detect the browser's language: 

    This way your users will not need to even open the drop down as the form will display automatically in the language they are using. 

    Hope this helps.