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How do I change the language in Capture One?

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  • Hans Jürgen Böhmer

    Unfortunately not working with Capture One 20 Fujifilm, Build 13.1.0.172 on macOS Version 10.15.4. 

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  • Oliver König

    Hi Hans Jürgen,

    the adjusted terminal command (using 13 instead of 12) also didn't work for me to change the app language. It just did reset (some) Capture One settings.

    I just found out under macOS 10.15.x you can set an app specific language.

    Systemsettings --> Language --> Apps

    Systemeinstellungen --> Sprache & Region --> Apps

    then add Capture One 20.app and set it to English.

    I hope that works for you as well.

    cheers Oliver.

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  • Hans Jürgen Böhmer

    Hi Oliver, 

    thank you for your recommendation. It works right away. 

    Best regards,

    Hans Jürgen

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  • Oliver König

    Hi Hans Jürgen,

    perfect!!!

    cheers and have a good weekend - Oliver.

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  • Erkan

    Thanks Oliver, you're tip worked perfectly!!

    Much appreciated.

    Cheers Erkan

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  • Igor Pavlov

    Just use com.captureone.captureone13 identifier for Capture One 20 or a more general variant:
    defaults write $(mdls -name kMDItemCFBundleIdentifier -raw /Applications/Capture\ One\ 20.app/) AppleLanguages "(en)"

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  • Votograffy

    It seems that in newer versions of Mac OS you can define the language per app in system preferences.

    Go to System Preferences -> Language & Region -> Apps and add Capture One with the desired language.

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