When working in a multilingual environment not all objects are automatically translated. For example, when you are working with a model package with languages English and Dutch. When objects are added when working in the English language, these same objects will turn up blank when the Dutch language is used.
There is a script available that will copy the translations of the default language to the other languages. Since it adds translations and in essence changes your model package, it is recommended that you create a backup before running the script.
Set the scoping of the script by selecting one or more objects or a folder containing objects. If you select objects (in the view or in the model browser), the translations of these object will be synchronized. If you select a folder (in the model browser), all objects within that folder will be synchronized.
For test purposes it is recommended to start with one object or a folder that contains only a few objects.
- Check if the correct default language is set, and change it if needed via the Translation Table on the Advanced ribbon tab. The default language will be used as a starting point.
- Run the script below using the script editor. At the end of the script a message window will appear with a summary of the results.