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Edit language and translation preferences

In “Preferences” you will find the options for configuration of the vLex platform, including those related to language and translation.

1. Language Preferences

Vlex allows you to choose the language that you want to see the platform in. Login to your account, through the option located on the right-hand side of the screen, and select the option “Language Settings

Choose the language that you want to see the vLex platform in. In “Customize your interface”> “select your language” you will find the option to choose the interface language.

Currently, the vLex platform is available in the following languages: Spanish, English, Italian, French, Portuguese and Catalan.

Attention

This option customizes the platform. The documents will be found in the original language (with the option to automatically translate into more than 10 different languages).

 

2. Translation Preferences

vLex has the option to perform translated searches and the option to translate documents. You can edit translation preferences to configure how translations work in vLex.

From the drop-down menu located at the top-right of vLex’s main interface, select “Language Settings

Here you can find how to:

  • Define whether you want the proactive translation that automatically translates the documents’ titles and contents.
  • Define languages you do not want automatically translated. This option is useful if you understand a language and want to translate all documents appearing in other languages.
  • Define the preferred language for machine translation (E.g. English)
  • Define whether you want the system to show you parallel translation, in two columns, by default

 

This post is also available in: Español

Updated on April 3, 2019

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