Multiple Language Compatibility

BizMerlin provides a multiple language capability and supports the user’s preferred language automatically. BizMerlin will detect the native language from the language preference settings in the user’s browser. BizMerlin will translate the words in all buttons, labels, menus, headers, and titles to the preferred language. This multiple language capability enhances the usability of BizMerlin.  Changing languages is simply done by modifying the language preference setting in the browser used to access BizMerlin. BizMerlin’s multiple language capability helps to support companies with international workforces.

 How to change language preferences in Chrome browser: To change your language preference in the Chrome browser, go to Preferences, click on the “Show advanced settings…” link at the bottom of the page. Then go to the “Languages” heading and click the “Language and input settings…” button. If you do not see your preferred language select the “Add” button and select the language you would like to use from the “Language:” dropdown menu. After you have selected the language, click the “OK” button. Then select the language in the languages list and drag the language to the top of the list.

 How to change language preferences in Firefox browser: To change your language preference in the Firefox browser, go to Preferences > Content > Languages, and select the “Choose…” button.  If you do not see your preferred language select the “Select a language to add…” dropdown menu and highlight the language you would like to use. Then select the “Add” button. Move the language to the top of the list of selected languages by selecting the language of choice and clicking the “Move Up” button until the language is at the top of the list.

 How to change language preferences in Safari browser: To change your language preference in the Safari browser on OS X the language is specified in the OS X system language preferences. To change those preferences, go to System Preferences > Language & Region > Preferred Language, but be aware that it will change the language of your user interface, not just your browser language preferences.

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