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Making Form Multi languageAsked by SALRESV on August 27, 2016 at 12:13 AM
I tried to create a form with different language which is English and Chinese language, but it seem like doesn't work on Chinese version, i can see a flag on the right top corner, but when i select Chinese Language, the form didn't change to Chinese version, it still remain on English form.
With the Multi-Language feature, you have to manually translate the text in the wizard when you add a language. The system will only translate some of the texts that are in the database but most of it should be translated manually. After that, save the translation and you're good to go.
First off, I suggest removing the language integration first so you can manually translate them.
Click Preferences > General tab > Click Add button on Languages > Click Remove button
After that, add the languages you want so you can manually translate them.
Once you click Edit for that language, a new window would open for manual translation.
Hope this information helps!