Printer Installer supports the display of the Portal and client options in multiple languages. See the below sections on how the language is detected, what languages are currently supported, and how to manually override the language setting if necessary.
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The language displayed is chosen by the “accepts language” header sent by the browser.
The choice of language is made using the following criteria:
If the operating system supports language packs, then Printer Installer will pick the first display language selected by the user that Printer Installer currently supports. If the operating system does not support language packs, or none are installed, then Printer Installer will use the “locale” setting. If Printer Installer does not support any of the languages found, it will default to English.
Current Supported Languages
- Simplified Chinese
How To Manually Change The Language On The Printer Installer Client
Open regedit and browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\PrinterLogic\PrinterInstaller\Overrides. If it doesn’t already exist, add a string value named “langid” (no quotes), and a value of XXXX, where XXXX is the four-digit language/region code. Use this to find the locale identifier (skip the “0x” at the beginning) http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dd318693(v=vs.85).aspx
. Once the change has been made, stop the Printer Installer client (open Task Manager, right click PrinterInstallerClientLauncher.exe and select End Process Tree
) and restart the client (Start Menu All Programs -> Printer Installer -> Administration -> Start Client).
How To Manually Change The Language On The Portal
Add ?lang=XX to the portal URL, where XX is the two-character language code (es for Spanish, fr for French, etc.)