Flexera One Support for Additional Languages

Flexera One currently supports:

English
French (*ongoing improvements to French translations will occur on a quarterly basis)

Note:Changing default language does not translate any of the existing or incoming data that Flexera One collects. For example, if an item is created in English, it will still display in English, regardless of your language preference.

For IT Asset Management language preferences—IT Asset Management users can still change language settings for the IT Asset Management user interface using the Preferred language dropdown on the My IT Asset Preferences page. For complete help, refer to Managing IT Asset Preferences.

For help changing languages in supported browsers, refer to the following sections.

Change Apple Safari Display Language
Changing Google Chrome Display Language 
Changing Microsoft Edge Display Language 
Changing Mozilla Firefox Display Language 

Change Apple Safari Display Language

Safari use the language that is specified in System Preferences within the Language & Region setting. The Apple Safari browser is only supported on Mac computers.

To change the Apple Safari display language:

1. From the Apple menu located at the top-left corner of the screen and select System Preferences.
2. Click Language & Region.
3. Click the Plus + button near the bottom of the Preferred languages box.
4. Select your language and click Add.
5. A popup appears asking if you would like to use the added language as your primary language. Click the button corresponding to the language you want to use as primary.

Note:You can also drag and drop the language you want to use to the top of the Preferred languages box in order to make that language the primary language.

The language at the top of the Preferred languages box sets the default language of your Mac. Safari then displays in this language.

6. Restart Safari to apply the changes.

Changing Google Chrome Display Language

To change the Google Chrome display language:

1. At the top right of Google Chrome, click the three vertical dots menu and select Settings.
2. Do either of the following:
If on a Mac computer, click Languages and then next to the language you want to choose, click the three vertical dots menu and then select Move to the top. The language shown at the top of the list is used as the language Chrome displays.
If on a Windows computer, click Advanced, click Languages, and then click the Language dropdown (showing your currently selected language). Next to the language you want to choose, click the three vertical dots menu and then select Move to the top. The language shown at the top of the list is used as the language Chrome displays.

Note:If the desired language isn’t listed in either scenario above, click Add languages, select the desired language check box, and click Add.

3. Restart Chrome to apply the changes.

Changing Microsoft Edge Display Language

To change the Microsoft Edge display language:

1. At the top right of Microsoft Edge, click the three horizontal dots menu and select Settings.
2. Click Languages.
3. Next to the language you'd like to use, click the three dots menu and then click the Move to the top check box.

If the desired language isn't listed, click Add languages, select the desired language check box, and click Add.

4. Restart Microsoft Edge to apply the changes.

Changing Mozilla Firefox Display Language

To change the Mozilla Firefox display language:

1. At the top right of Mozilla Firefox, click the three horizontal lines menu and select Settings.
2. In the Language and Appearance section of the General panel, choose a language from the dropdown menu, and click the Move Up button until the desired language is at the top of the list. Firefox uses the first language in the list as your browser’s default display language.

Note:If your desired language does not appear in the dropdown list: From the language dropdown, select Search for more languages, and then from the Select a language to add dropdown, select a language and click Add.

3. Restart Firefox to apply the changes.