Changing default welcome message based on language browser is using

Hi,

Does anyone know if there is a way to change the default welcome message in Confluence based on the default langauge the browser uses? Essentailly we want to show the default welcome message in Japanese if the users default langauge is Japanese. Confluence does a good job of automatically translating the built in things like the words "Spaces", "Log in", "Space Directory", etc.. I don't see a way to do that with the default welcome message though.

In case anyone is wondering where this message gets edited its:

General Configuration->Global Templates and Blueprints->System Templates->Default Welcome message

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Checkout the Language plugin.

Just tested that plugin and it works great. Thanks

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Just tested that plugin and it works great. Thanks

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Language plugin does the job.

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