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Setting up interface language in HTML5 Virtual Classroom

HTML5 virtual classroom includes 50 language packs, the translations of user interface into different languages. All the supported languages are available for selection when scheduling a live class from the platform or by using API calls.

When you schedule a live class, use option as shown below to allow all attendees to change the virtual classroom interface language:

Students (attendees) can click on the settings cog icon on the left bottom of the application to bring up the language selection.

and change the interface language of choice:

You can also force a specific language when scheduling a live class that gets loaded for all attendees.

The list of supported languages:

        1: 'arabic'
        2: 'bosnian'
        3: 'bulgarian'
        4: 'catalan'
        5: 'chinese-simplified'
        6: 'chinese-traditional'
        7: 'croatian'
        8: 'czech'
        9: 'danish'
        10: 'dutch'
        11: 'english'
        12: 'estonian'
        13: 'finnish'
        14: 'french'
        15: 'german'
        16: 'greek'
        17: 'haitian-creole'
        18: 'hebrew'
        19: 'hindi'
        20: 'hmong-daw'
        21: 'hungarian'
        22: 'indonesian'
        23: 'italian'
        24: 'japanese'
        25: 'kiswahili'
        26: 'klingon'
        27: 'korean'
        28: 'lithuanian'
        29: 'malayalam'
        30: 'malay'
        31: 'maltese'
        32: 'norwegian-bokma'
        33: 'persian'
        34: 'polish'
        35: 'portuguese'
        36: 'romanian'
        37: 'russian'
        38: 'serbian'
        39: 'slovak'
        40: 'slovenian'
        41: 'spanish'
        42: 'swedish'
        43: 'tamil'
        44: 'telugu'
        45: 'thai'
        46: 'turkish'
        47: 'ukrainian'
        48: 'urdu'
        49: 'vietnamese'
        50: 'welsh'



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BrainCert
Date Created
2016-06-07 17:43:41
Date Updated
2016-06-07 17:44:57
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