Is the documentation of installing language packs outdated is it just me who's slow?

In the language pack docs it says to upload your file as an add-on, but in cloud there is only a link option. I've also enabled dev/private listing. 

 

So I tried linking https://translations.atlassian.com/download/JIRA+Service+Desk+Cloud/1000.949.0/sv_SE/JIRA+Service+Desk+Cloud-1000.949.0-language-pack-sv_SE.jar 

but it only says this: 

 

does anyone know how to do this? Installing swedish language pack seems impossible for now and is a dealbreaker for us and our Service Desk...

Cheers,

Max

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Hi Max,

You're not missing anything other than it's not currently possible to upload language packs from Atlassian Translation per the Cloud's Languages documentation:

Cloud applications don't currently support the installation of language packs from Atlassian Translations.

I see that you have already commented on CLOUD-7017.  Since you have already done that and voted on the issue you will see any updates as they become available.

Cheers,

Branden

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