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Hi @all,

I just added a custom action to the "Actions" panel. The friendly name is called "Map a Network Drive". For the users with the english UI this is alright. Now I am trying to translate it also for the users that are using the german UI.

Is this somehow possible? I cannot find where I can impliment the german translation for this. In the WebConfigurator I find the navigation point "UI Texts", but unfortunately I am not able to find my own text there.

Thanks for you help!

Kind regards,

M. Büttinghaus

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Hello Marcel,

This is a known behaviour, unfortunately there is no possibility to translate names of Web Interface actions.

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Thanks for the information.

Is this going to be addressed in some future update or is it planned somehow?

Thanks in advance.

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Hello Marcel,

Currently, there is no ETA for the feature.

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