The Workflow is a multilingual software solution and can be operated by any user in the language of their choice.
In this article we'll learn:
- Which languages can be selected
- Where you can select the language
- Special considerations when using different languages
1. Available Languages
The Workflow has a variety of languages at your disposal. The user can change the language of the interface at any time within the Workflow. The following languages are available:
- Korean (not complete)
If translations happen to be missing, i.e. for dialog labels, menus and explanatory texts, translations will be automatically displayed in English by default.
2. Selecting your language
To select your desired user interface language, proceed as follows:
- Click on the language indicator (
EN/US) in the upper right corner of the action bar .
- Select the desired language from the menu .
Figure 1: The Language Selection menu in the Action bar.
The user interface is then displayed using the desired language. If individual translations are not immediately displayed in the selected language, you should force a reload of the browser page by pressing the F5 key (macOS + WIN) or
cmd + R (macOS) and
Ctrl + R (WIN).
The language last selected by the user is activated each time the user logs in to the same workstation.
Language selection is stored in the browser cache
Note that the selected language is stored locally in the browser cache, in the form of cookies. The selected language is only used when the user logs on to the same computer in the same browser.
If a user logs on to the system on a different workstation or with a different browser, the operating system or installed browser's default language is used.
Choosing the default language
By installing the Workflow on an operating system that uses English, the language setting of the Windows installation is set as the default language for the Workflow user interface. Each Workflow user is assigned this default language!
Article Update: Version 1.11.1 01/2022