How to set default language for the connector

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  • 3 months ago

    When the Mollie payment connector shows up after a booking, the default language is English; at the bottom I see 'Switch language', but how can set default language to something else?
    I asked Mollie, they say is has to be done in de backend somewhere.
  • dragos dragos Support team #14525
    3 months ago

    Hello,

    We only added translations for Pinpoint plugin. If you need Stripe in other language you will need to manually translate the words in Pinpoint >Translations.

    Best regards,
    Support team
  • 3 months ago

    I think my issue is not understood correctly;
    When I leave my calendar because I clicke Book now, I directly see the Mollie payment screen: (see image) where I have the language flags in the top right corner.
    So all my customers need to select Dutch, because this screens opens in UK language.
    I asked Mollie about it, but they this needs to be done in Pinpoint.
    https://imgur.com/a/xMWNCqi

    Also visible in this image is the non-translate text in the description (marked yellow). In an other forum case I asked about this, I didn't get a working solution.
    I do have have thes stings translated, I see them on the calendar alright, but in the desription the text remains UK.

    Is there a solution for these 2 issues?
  • 3 months ago

    update: the interface does show up in Dutch on a Win10 PC with Chrome and also on iOS device. That works OK then, as it follows the language of the site.
    But with my Win7 PC with Chrome, it shows in English somehow.
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