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Changing the Default CMS Interface Language?

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Community Member, 138 Posts

14 June 2010 at 9:12am

Howdy All

I am working on a website which will have over 50 CMS users who are able to logon (and have their accounts automatically created) via our external authentication.

When a user is created the Interface Language is set to "English - US"

As our site is aimed at a New Zealand audience I would like the Interface Language to default to "English - UK" so they can use the spellchecker feature (unfortunately they're locked down to Internet Explorer 8 at our organisation).

I've had a bit of a search around setting this and all of the search results I've had so far have been about multi-lingual websites.

If anyone could tell me how to set the Default CMS Interface Language that'd be great.



Community Member, 138 Posts

23 June 2010 at 10:40am

A bit of a bump - anyone have any ideas?