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Ryball
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Powerapps Portals / Pages multilanguage change logo.

Hi expert's, we are trying to change the text associated with the logo on our portal when we change the language from let's say Norwegian to English and Vise versa.

 

Point me in the direction to look or some good advice is appreciated 🙂

 

 

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joaodsantos
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Hi,

I could be wrong but you might already have almost everything ready.

Do you store the logo and text on a content snippet? and did you activate the other languages after that content snippet was created? If so, when a new language is added a "copy" of the content snippet is created on the new language, with whatever text you had on the default language. Search for the content snippet on the alternative language and update it there. It should look something like this:

joaodsantos_0-1665095118063.png

You can see in this image that my default language was Finish and I haven't translated the English Snippet yet but just a matter of opening it and setting the value to "Welcome" and that's what will be shown on the English version.

 

Now, if you've created the Snippet after adding the second language you might have to manually create the translated snippet yourself but again, no problem. Just set the correct language, website, make sure you have the same Name on the content snippet and that's it.

hope this helps

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joaodsantos
Resolver III
Resolver III

Hi,

I could be wrong but you might already have almost everything ready.

Do you store the logo and text on a content snippet? and did you activate the other languages after that content snippet was created? If so, when a new language is added a "copy" of the content snippet is created on the new language, with whatever text you had on the default language. Search for the content snippet on the alternative language and update it there. It should look something like this:

joaodsantos_0-1665095118063.png

You can see in this image that my default language was Finish and I haven't translated the English Snippet yet but just a matter of opening it and setting the value to "Welcome" and that's what will be shown on the English version.

 

Now, if you've created the Snippet after adding the second language you might have to manually create the translated snippet yourself but again, no problem. Just set the correct language, website, make sure you have the same Name on the content snippet and that's it.

hope this helps

Thank you, this made me look in the right spot. 

But it was actualy the Mobile Header snippit i we had to edit 🙂

 

 

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