Settings and configuration of translations

The translations are also divided into two areas: Custom and System.

These variables are used to use texts in the application that do not come from the database. Instead of writing the text directly into the code, so-called translation-variables are used.

You can show all the existing translations using this button:

Custom translations

You can store your own language variables in this section and use them in the code.

Add language variable

In the field Variable you can add the desired variable as a string, e.g. txtPleaseAddName, which you then translate in all the languages you’ve added in saaster.

After you’ve added a variable, you can change the translation at any time.

System translations

The system translations are added by saaster developers. As a SaaS provider that uses saaster you can use these translations, but cannot delete or add them.

To edit the translations, you can click on the small globe next to the translation. Make sure you display all translations

If you want to contribute to the translation of saaster, you can do this via GitHub.

Bulk translate

After adding a new language, you can use Bulk translate to translate all the content in the corresponding tables in one go. To archive this, saaster uses the DeepL API. Therefor, you also need an API key to use this feature.

You can decide whether you want a free account or the Pro one. Just follow this link and register:

Select the source language and the language into which you want to translate. You can also select what should get translated. Copy the API key received into the field and click the corresponding button, depending on which version of the API is available.

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