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afaik there is no language choice option in the QtPass.
It should use system language. If it does not it's probably a bug.
Changing it depends on the system that you use. In Linux this
command(from terminal) should help you:
A reading of man gettext, section 2.3.3 Specifying a Priority List of Languages clarifies the handling of locales:
GNU ‘gettext’ gives preference to ‘LANGUAGE’ over ‘LC_ALL’
and ‘LANG’ for the purpose of message handling, but you still need to
have ‘LANG’ (or ‘LC_ALL’) set to the primary language; this is required
by other parts of the system libraries. For example, some Swedish users
who would rather read translations in German than English for when
Swedish is not available, set ‘LANGUAGE’ to ‘sv:de’ while leaving ‘LANG’
However, on my parents' computer, with all locales set to French, I cannot run QtPass in French! Interesting.
Since the system is Ubuntu LTS, QtPass is still version 1.1.0. I'm gonna compile the last version.
Compilation problem. Strange... #346 should fix that. Cool. After reverting the culprint, here we go !
$ ~/git/QtPass/main (git)-[master] % ./qtpass
French ! Success ! The upstream works :] QtPass 1.1.6 from my debian-stable works too.
Now I'm wondering what I should do.
Contact Ubuntu's maintainer to update QtPass on LTS? Considering the new LTS version (18.04) will be released in 2 months from now...
I will use the last version I just compiled ;)