labelLanguageto set UI Language.
contentSet > inlineXML > idf[xml:lang]-attribute.
xx-YY(note the dash separator which is standard for XML-tags), then the
languageFallbacks-property will be used to attempt to find the language. For instance, if language found in the
xml:lang-attribute has the value
"sv", then the
languageFallbackswill be used and discover that it should use
languageFallbacks, then the value configured in the
language-property will be used for spellchecking. The
language-property can be seen as the default article language.
language-property should be set to a pair of two-character codes separated by an underscore
xx_YY(note the underscore, which is different from the
xml:lang-property, then at configured
languageFallbacks, then finally use the value from the
language-property in the configuration file.
language-property as a fallback.
languageOptions-object and add
languages-property to it.
languages-property is a list of objects with
direction-property has a default value of
"rtl"(right to left), the other possible value is
"ltr"(left to right).
<idf>-element should have correct values for
dir, which can be either
ltr(left to right) or
rtl(right to left). The attribute
xml:langshould be set to the correct locale used by the customer. It should have the same value as the
language-property in the client configuration, except replaces the underscore with a dash.
-to separate language and country (
en-US) whereas elsewhere in the Writer configuration an underscore is used (
en_US). This is according to standards.
labelLanguage. Set this to either
enas in the example below.
en_GB- English (Great Britain)
en_US- English (American)
en_CA- English (Canadian)
en_AU- English (Australian)
en_NZ- English (New Zealand)
nb_NO- Norsk Bokmål
sv_FI- Svenska (Finland)
de_AT- Deutsch (Österreich)
de_CH- Deutsch (Schweiz)
es_ES- Spanish (Traditional)
es_MX- Spanish (Mexican)