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Here's the problem:
I installed OJS 1.x with the wrong language.
In the journal configuration I changed to the correct default lanuage, but most of the options are in the language I installed first.
How do I proceed to reinstall the correct language without loosing what I input?
I know I've done this before but don't remember now...
This post is just to keep a record of this question...
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Default values of journal setup settings and email templates are inserted at installation time in the installation language (see admin/include/createdb.php)
There is no function within OJS to reset these settings to another language, though I imagine it would be fairly trivial to write a script to do so.
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