The release 3.3.x of the Aspera GUI now has support for the following languages: Chinese, Japanese, Korean and French.
This article shows you how to configure your Aspera GUI for one of these languages.
1. Open the following text file:
2. Modify the text file
The language properties correspond to the following:
# symbol from the beginning of the line of your language of choice.
The example below configures for Japanese, so the
# is removed from the front of the following line:
Look for the following line:
PROPS="-Xmx512m -splash:$SPLASH -Djna.library.path=../lib -Djava.io.tmpdir=$TMP_DIR"
Replace it with the line below, which defines the language property (again, in this example the language is set to Japanese,
PROPS="-Xmx512m -splash:$SPLASH -Djna.library.path=../lib -Djava.io.tmpdir=$TMP_DIR -Duser.language=ja"
Look for the line with <key>Properties</key>. Within the <dict> section underneath it, add the language property configuration so it looks like the following:
3. Restart the Aspera GUI, and you should see the following (again, in this example with Japanese).