The first <translation> block within the <itext> block in the file is taken
to be the default language.
So if you have:
The default language is English. If you swap these so Spanish is first, it
will be spanish.
However, if you have already explicitly chosen the language for the form
via ODK Collect's UI, that language value is saved in the forms.db, and
you'd need to remove that value for it to pay attention to the order of the
<translation> blocks in your form. I don't think there is any UI mechanism
to do that -- you can use an SQLite tool to edit the forms.db and remove
the language value for your testing.
On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 10:17 AM, Alex Pavluck <apavl...
> Hello. If I have a file in two languages is there an easy way to change
> which is the default language?
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