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Aqua Data Studio is internationalized and designed to automatically detect your operating system's localization settings upon installation.
Select your preferred language from File > Options > General [Appearance] > Interface Language.
After picking a different language from within the list of Interface Languages, close and restart the application. Language setting changes only take affect upon application restart.
Aqua Data Studio supports the world's 21 most widely spoken languages, which include English, Polish, Norwegian, Dutch, Swedish, Czech, Danish, Finnish, Greek, Hindi, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazil), Italian, German, Russian, Korean, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified) and Japanese.
|Portuguese (Brazil)||Japanese||Simplified Chinese||Traditional Chinese||Korean||Russian|
Aqua Data Studio is Unicode compliant and may display any character set. Although Aqua Data Studio has the capabilities to display any character set, a limitation in your OS fonts, database character set support or a missconfiguration of either may prevent ADS from displaying characters correctly.
If your OS does not have Unicode capable fonts you will need to configure ADS to use fonts which support the character set you want to display. You may configure the fonts used by ADS in File > Options > General [Appearance]. Here you may specify the fonts used for the application, SQL editor, text results and grid results.
Example fonts which support multi-byte character sets include:
Configuring your database server and database with the correct character set support is important in storing and retrieving your data correctly. If you need to store data in multiple character sets it is important to configure your database with a Unicode character set. Otherwise, it is important to configure your database with the character set which supports the data in the correct character encoding.
If you have ADS configured with the correct fonts, and your database is configured with support for the character sets you are storing, then ADS should have no problems displaying your data correctly. Please review the documentation from your database vendor on database character set support.