H, thanks for your reply.
What OJS does is bring the PDF/HTML or whatever label PHP detects from the file format.
You are able to upload any file in any language, independently of the UI language.
I know, but if I upload one PDF file in FR, and I have only EN-IT as UI languages, there is no way I can label the language PDF (Francais).
I always have to choose between EN and IT. So, if I manually write PDF (Francais), I still have to choose EN or IT, so in one language it will be displayed OK, in the other it will have 2 labes: PDF (Francais) (English) if I choose EN, PDF (Francais) (Italian) if i choose IT.
Or you can customize the code to display all galleys, independently of the UI language.
I believe there are a few topics related to this in the forum, but I can't confirm if there is a code for this, if it's difficult or not to implement.
If there is a patch or something, I'll be eager to know where is it.
This is a major issue for us, because almost every journal sometimes
wnats to upload an article in a different language.
Moreover, this happens also with abstract, in the sense that we have journals with complete different behaviours:
some are in EN only, but publish two abstract in EN, and IT; some viceversa;
one is in EN only, but publish the abstract in 6 (1!) languages...
I know they are two different technical issues,
but the problem of internalization maybe would require more flexibility of OJS regarding
Anyway, really thanks for the help.