How can I store my own multilingual texts?

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Multilingual on demand

By default the menus also display cliptext when they don't match the language of the mails. (You can change this behavior in the folder options.) Their cliptext names are displayed in red to mark this. Simply choose and of them and ReplyButler will open a window to edit and translate it.

 

Depending on the language you can also let google translate the text as a start. If you don't do that, then you'll have to create a new variant manually. In order to do this, click in the dialog "Edit cliptext" on the "New" icon (a white sheet of paper) right of the variant name. Choose the desired language, for example Spanish. A new variant for this cliptext will be created. You can switch between the variants of a cliptext any time. For this, simply use the drop-down-menu "variant name".

 

Planned multilingual

You can also create multiple languages when you create the cliptext. For this, enter the first language version into the dialog "Edit cliptext". Then click "New" icon (a white sheet of paper) right of the variant name. Choose the desired language, for example Spanish. A new variant for this cliptext will be created. You can switch between the variants of a cliptext any time. For this, simply use the drop-down-menu "variant name".

 

Multilingual for pros

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Cliptext and folder names can be multilingual too. Because this is only shown to the user, but never inserted into the mail, this is a feature for professionals only. Click on the button "..." after "Name in the menu" to stored the name in multiple languages.

 

Important: For cliptexts the used language is being determined by the language of the respective e-mail. For cliptext- and folder names this is being determined by the language of the user configured in windows.

 

 

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