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loadUserLanguage

sets a new language interface for the calendar

void loadUserLanguage(string lang);

Parameters

langstringthe name of a language

Example

// add once, make sure dhtmlxcalendar.js is loaded
dhtmlXCalendarObject.prototype.langData["de"] = {
    // date format for inputs
    dateformat: "%d.%m.%Y",
    // header format
    hdrformat: "%F %Y",
    // full names of months
    monthesFNames: [
        "Januar","Februar","März","April","Mai","Juni","Juli",
        "August","September","Oktober","November","Dezember"
    ],
    // short names of months
    monthesSNames: [
        "Jan","Feb","Mär","Apr","Mai","Jun",
        "Jul","Aug","Sep","Okt","Nov","Dez"
    ],
    // full names of days
    daysFNames: [
        "Sonntag","Montag","Dienstag","Mittwoch",
        "Donnerstag","Freitag","Samstag"
    ],
    // short names of days
    daysSNames: [
        "So","Mo","Di","Mi",
        "Do","Fr","Sa"
    ],
    // starting day of a week. Number from 1(Monday) to 7(Sunday)
    weekstart: 1, 
    // the title of the week number column
    weekname: "w",
    // name of the "Today" button
    today: "Heute",
    // name of the "Clear" button
    clear: "Reinigen"
};
 
// init calendar
var myCalendar = new dhtmlXCalendarObject("input");
myCalendar.loadUserLanguage("de");

Details

To apply language settings once for all calendar instances, use (before init):

// make sure dhtmlxcalendar.js is loaded
dhtmlXCalendarObject.prototype.lang = "de";

Related sample:  Custom language

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