For example when using the create-from-template macro, can I enter the value of the 'Button text' parameter based on the current users UI language?
Or asking another way:
How can I localize the 'Button text' parameter for the create-from-template macro so that the user will see the buttons' text in his language when visiting the corresponding page?
thanks for your answer. Since the macro in question is a built-in macro, I doubt I can change its implementation in regard to internationalization. I was looking more for a method like that which is documented for the 'template name' parameter. To refer to the current date there one use the at notation: @currentDate.
I guess what I am looking for is a way to access a text already defined in the confluence language pack. I would assume a language pack contains a text for 'Create' or 'Create page' which has already been translated. If there were a handle for such texts then I could refer to them when filling out macro parameters.
In that case you can create a translation pack. To find out which keys to translate you can add "?i18ntranslate=on" to the end of the url. This should show you the i18n keys, instead of the localized labels.
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