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Hi,

I've added a localendar-calendar to a website via iframe (in block style #2).
The calendar language is set to German (Deutsch).

https://nutrition.univie.ac.at/studium2/durchs-studium/pruefungen/pruefungskalender-test/


When I have a look at the calendar the language is in the month's headers German, but all other elements are in English.

If that elements are not available in German yet (because it's a beta-version ?!), could I change it via a html-script or any other method on my own?

... and is there the possibility to change the weekday's name (e.g. "Mon" to "Montag") in the columns header in the block style #2 via a html-script too?


Thanks in advance,
MWR
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I'm not sure I understand your problem.
I looked at the link you posted, and all the labels I see are in German.
The Day names are abbreviations, but they are German abbreviations (Mon instead of Montag)

We use the abbreviations to save space since many users put their calendars in a very small area.

By the way, I am excited to see you are associated with the University. I have been to Vienna (and other parts of Austria) many times and really love your country.
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Hi,

thanks for your answer. Maybe it could be a "problem" with my English OS.
I will recheck it tomorrow using a German OS...

Concerning the abbrevations: ok, I thought it could be possible to change the day names in the same way it is mentioned in the file "localendar_docs.pdf" for months name. But any way it wouldn't be a necessary feature for our users. smile

You're welcome in Austria at any time. ;-)
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Hi,

meanwhile I've tested the mentioned problem with the English labels shown in the German calendar with several computers (with German OS) and it still ocurs.

May I give you some information about where the labels are not shown in German (and/ or some screenshots) to obtain the feature in general and to obtain it for my created calendars?

If you need some further information to that, please let me know. :-)

Many thanks in advance.
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Yes - if you can point us to specific examples that would be helpful.
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