In SimpleLocalize, every language contains 'language key' used in file export as filename, and 'language name' which can be treated as a user-friendly display name. We don't restrict you to using any specific format for 'language keys', but its worth considering using one of the standard formats like ISO 3166-1.
Change language order
You can rearrange language order which will affect order in the 'Translations' tab, and in the exported files. You can save language order for the whole project, which will be used as default order for every project contributor. Every user can rearrange the language order on their own. Translators cannot change project order, but they can adjust the view for themselves.
To change language order, simply drag-and-drop the languages on the list. When the order is done, save the changes for the project or just for your own use.
The default language is the language that will be prioritized during auto-translation. It will be used as a fallback language for translation in translation hosting. In the 'Translations' tab it will be shown as a source language.
Language flags and icons
By default, the flag icons are displayed automatically based on language keys. SimpleLocalize uses ISO 3166-1 standard with 'Alpha-2' notation. The 'Alpha-2' means that we use only 2-letter country codes. The flag will show up regardless letter case. For example:
es_MX- results with a Mexico flag
es_ES- results with a Spanish flag
es_es- results with a Spanish flag
es- results with a Spanish flag
There are a few exceptions in showing country flags:
zh_hantwill show the Chinese flag.
- A language key which starts from
enshows a Great Britain flag.
You can also change a flag for languages regardless of the language key. Adjust the flag manually for your project needs, so they correspond to the selected language. Flags setup is a great way to organize your project, as you can recognize the language and location with just a glance.