Kentucky manages languages to be used for translations. Each implementation must have an authoring language defined. All IEs are assigned an authoring language (even graphics that may not need translations).

If a document or graphic does not exist, when publishing a specific language, the authoring language will be used as fallback.


Kentucky does not issue any warnings when using a fallback language.

Boilerplate text

Kentucky uses boilerplate texts for common words on each language, for example:

  • Warning

  • Caution

  • Note

This document is maintained by the Kentucky team.


When adding a new language to Kentucky, a new boilerplate file needs to be created and translated.

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