Currently (for me) cgiarg in the collect.cfg doesn't work at all. I am
not sure how you got all the colletions to change languages.
Anyway, you can use the receptionist option in the collect.cfg file, e.g.
Check the original link to the collection from the homepage to make sure
you get all the necessary arguments, and then add/change the l arg.
Chaitra Rao wrote:
> Thanks John. I tried the option you mentioned in your e-mail. The language
> of all the collections change when I set 2 different languages in the
> collect.cfg file of the collection. It doesn't seem to change the
> language settings of individual collections.
> Can I solve this problem in any other way?
> On Fri, 10 Mar 2006, John R. McPherson wrote:
>>On Thu, Mar 09, 2006 at 05:03:46PM +0530, Chaitra Rao wrote:
>>>Thank you Katherine. I had another question. How do I set different
>>>languages for different collections. I have 2 collections in english and
>>>hindi. I want to display english text n buttons when I open the english
>>>coll and hindi text n buttons when hindi collections is opened. How do I
>>>achieve this and how do I specify diff macros for diff collections.
>>>Thanks once again! :)
>>You can specify default arguments in a collection's collect.cfg file.
>>Eg for language, you'd want
>> cgiarg shortname=l argdefault=en
>> cgiarg shortname=l argdefault=hi
>>in each collect.cfg file.
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