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Re: How do I update the submit button and error message to reflect local language (i.e French)

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Szabolcs_Horvat
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Re: How do I update the submit button and error message to reflect local language (i.e French)

Hi Sanford,

Is it possible to localize the default error messages as well?

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Thanks,

Szabolcs

Troy_Larson
Level 3

Re: How do I update the submit button and error message to reflect local language (i.e French)

Hey @SanfordWhiteman - 

I realize this is a bit of an old post, but wanted to shoot you a comment in an off chance you may be able to help my coworker and I out. 

 

We are having difficulties implementing your initial 1 form, many languages solution. Was wondering if you could spare a few minutes to help get us on the right track. What we are primarily stuck on is the ability to:

  1. Store the json key value pairs on the actual form itself
  2. If there have been any changes to the Form API
  3. Ability to embed on CMS tools such as Wordpress with the JS functions wrapped in a script tag
  4. Understanding the media query to talk to JS file and JSON values

Thanks for your help and hopefully we hear from you soon

SanfordWhiteman
Level 10 - Community Moderator

Re: How do I update the submit button and error message to reflect local language (i.e French)

It's possible that there's been a (very) recent bug introduced in the forms library w/r/t JS in a Rich Text Area. I'm looking into that with a client today.

 

Don't understand what you mean about the media query...