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Language support

Find details about the language support and requirements for Connexion client.

Languages for non-Latin script cataloging

If you use non-Latin-based scripts for cataloging and use English as the default language on your workstation, you may need to install other appropriate languages and input keyboards or Input Method Editors (IMEs) on your workstation in Windows.

Please note that the exact path to opening this functionality may vary slightly from one Windows operating system to another. See Windows Help for information specific to your Windows version (Start > Help [or Help and Support]). See Windows provides input languages for using non-Latin scripts for more details.

See Install RLIN21 Arabic, Cyrillic, Hebrew, or Latin keyboards for alternatives for some scripts.

Interface language display

The client provides Chinese (simplified or traditional), English, German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish interfaces (Tools > Options > International). If you select Chinese, Japanese, or Korean, you must have an input method installed for the language or you must use a Chinese, Japanese, or Korean version of Windows for the interface to display correctly.