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oknotsen
Honored Contributor III

Change the language of Qlik Sense local client 2.x?

e just did all the steps on this page:

https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense/2.0/Subsystems/Hub/Content/UserInterface/languages.htm

For both IE and Chrome. We still have the wrong language.

So... What if that does not work?

May you live in interesting times!
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Employee
Employee

Re: How can I change the language of the Qlik Sense interface?

As stated above, a temporary work-around is to append /language/en to the url. This work-around is not guaranteed to work in the future.

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Employee
Employee

Re: How can I change the language of the Qlik Sense interface?

Hi Onno - which version of Qlik Sense are you using? Can you provide a screenshot or elaborate on which language you want to see and which settings you currently have for your browser?

Not applicable

Re: How can I change the language of the Qlik Sense interface?

Version 2.2.3 and the language is Dutch. I would like the use Qlik in English.

Employee
Employee

Re: How can I change the language of the Qlik Sense interface?

So, to make this work in Chrome, you need to have the display language set to English. That is, it's not enough to drag English to the top, all the menus in Chrome need to display in English also.

chrome-language-settings.png

For Internet Explorer, you need to have the date format set to English:

windows-lang-setting.png

Employee
Employee

Re: How can I change the language of the Qlik Sense interface?

As stated above, a temporary work-around is to append /language/en to the url. This work-around is not guaranteed to work in the future.

Not applicable

Re: How can I change the language of the Qlik Sense interface?

The temporary work-around works perfect in Chrome, thx!

oknotsen
Honored Contributor III

Re: Change the language of Qlik Sense local client 2.x?

As you probably noticed by now, I was asking the question for a participant in my training.

Thanks for your help!

May you live in interesting times!
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