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Language Copies - What is the most effective approach to replace an image on a page that has multiple language copies?

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Hello,

There are several workflows when setting up a translation project. The Create Structure Only method does not duplicate the images that are on the page into the Assets folder. The Create Translation Project method, on the other hand, creates a single image for each selected language in the Assets folder. Is there any way to avoid having to replace each image in each language copy when updating an image?

Is it possible that the only way to replace the image is by individually updating it in each folder corresponding to the 20 different languages? Ideally, I'd like to replace the image once and have it automatically updated across all language copies.

 

Can the image be excluded when selecting the "Create Translation Project"?

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Hello @Daniela9 

 

OOTB, we have an option to configure if referenced assets should be included while translating a page or not (via Translation project)

 

This is controlled by "Translate Page Assets" config in Translation Cloud Services. 

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To visit this config:

- Go to Tools > Cloud Services > Traslation Cloud Services

- Look for translation configs that are present in the folder that effective for your site.

The order would be /conf, if not found /libs

- Edit Default_translation.

aanchalsikka_1-1694103796839.png

 

For more details, please refer to https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/sites/administering...

 

 


Aanchal Sikka

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@Daniela9 the best way to update image for all languages is below:

1. Let's say you have source images in en-us (English language folder).

2. Replace/upload the image here (assuming there are other language folders already containing that image).

3. Then select the image> in left rail, select References (from dropdown).

4. This will list out the language copies. Select the checkboxes of languages you need to update.

5. Click "Update Language Copies" > Add to existing translations project.

6. This will update the image everywhere, using previously created project. You can work with a single project.

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Please try this and let me know how it goes.

 

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Correct answer by
Community Advisor

Hello @Daniela9 

 

OOTB, we have an option to configure if referenced assets should be included while translating a page or not (via Translation project)

 

This is controlled by "Translate Page Assets" config in Translation Cloud Services. 

aanchalsikka_0-1694103553755.png

 

To visit this config:

- Go to Tools > Cloud Services > Traslation Cloud Services

- Look for translation configs that are present in the folder that effective for your site.

The order would be /conf, if not found /libs

- Edit Default_translation.

aanchalsikka_1-1694103796839.png

 

For more details, please refer to https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/sites/administering...

 

 


Aanchal Sikka