Dapresy can handle multi language projects. In addition to using different languages in the project, you can translate much more of the project specific labels such as Filters, Variable subset names, Portal tab names, Text boxes and more. You can also create your own user interface language if the language you would like to use is not present in Dapresy Pro.
Before looking into settings for translating your Dapresy project it’s important to note that the following parts of the system supports user created interface languages:
- Document archive 2.0 report: All labels shown for the report users.
- Form: All labels shown for the Report users.
- StoryTeller: All labels shown for the Report users except for the following: Optional chart setting functionality, My Stories functionality, Calendar controls (months and weekdays)
There are two different types of labels in the system:
- ”User interface labels”, that consist of buttons (Apply, Print, Export, etc.), loading bar labels, tooltips, etc.
- ”Project specific labels”; these are question texts, answer texts, filters, portal tabs, variable subsets, text boxes, etc. Each of these label types has a different updating process.
In the report user views, Dapresy supports English, German, French, and Swedish. If you would like to use another language, you can simply create a new user interface language by yourself. It can be a brand new language or a different version of another language.
The languages you create are stored in a language library, therefore each language can be used in multiple projects. If a language is updated in the library, then all projects using that language will automatically use the updated version. The languages you create are client specific, like your projects. This means that only you and the other administrators within your company can see and use the user interface languages you create.