Language Pack Installation | Shop supplies
In this blog we will learn about “How to install language packs using Shopware 6”.
Shopware is a leading e-commerce platform based in Germany. So far, the platform has received over 80,000 users. Shopware is an open source e-commerce framework.
Meanwhile, the features that are taking this platform to the prime level. Content management, Multi-warehouse system, And many more.
Shopware is now entering new European countries and is making a big impact in the UK. You can check out other shopware modules here – https://store.webkul.com/Shopware.html
Here we will explain how to install Language Pack using Shopware 6. We will also see how the admin can add languages to the sales channel.
Language Pack Installation Steps
Tell us how to install a language pack using Shopware 6. Language packs can be installed during shopware installation.
Alternatively you can install from the first run wizard. Follow this path. Settings> System> First Run Wizard. Click here. The Language Pack Installation page will open where you can install these packages.
Click the Install button to install languages in the popup. Another popup will open after the installation is complete. In it you have to choose the language and also enter the login password.
If you want to change the language of the user interface, select it from the drop down. Enter the current password and then click the Change Language button. Admin can also change the interface language from your profile page.
Open now Configuration> Extension And check the extension install.
Click on the language pack menu. The list of supported language packs will now appear.
Admin can enable these languages under sales channel. Click the Save button after activating this language. A popup will show where to add the current login password of the shopware.
Then click the Confirm button. Changes will be saved. Admin can now add these active languages to the sales channel.
It’s all about installing the language pack. I hope this helps you.
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