Language handling and translation in Perspective

Hi ,
I am learning about the best way of language handling in perspective.
Question is , if I have a phrase like “Fresh Water” , is there a way to just create a key for “Fresh” and a key for “Water” and expect the phrase above to be translated , or do I need to create a sparate key for the exact phrase “Fresh Water” ?

You will need a separate key. As it would not make sense to translate sentences like that as some langagues use different grammar/structures.

If you are interested i actually am busy with translation today aswell, and i made this script to read all the project file ‘text’ attributes and adding them to the translation manager. Im currently busy trying to implement a googletranslate aswell.

Just adjust the pathToProject to you project folder and run the script in a button on your project or something

	import os
	import json
	from com.inductiveautomation.ignition.gateway import IgnitionGateway
	from com.inductiveautomation.ignition.gateway.script import GatewaySystemUtilities
	pathToProject = '/Program Files/Inductive Automation/Ignition/data/projects/ProjectName'
	path = pathToProject + '/com.inductiveautomation.perspective/views/'

	package = IgnitionGateway.get().getLocalizationManager().loadFullPackage()
	oldKeys = package.getAvailableKeys()
	def json_extract(obj, key):
	    """Recursively fetch values from nested JSON."""
	    arr = []
	    def extract(obj, arr, key):
	        """Recursively search for values of key in JSON tree."""
	        if isinstance(obj, dict):
	            for k, v in obj.items():
	                if isinstance(v, (dict, list)):
	                    extract(v, arr, key)
	                elif k == key:
	        elif isinstance(obj, list):
	            for item in obj:
	                extract(item, arr, key)
	        return arr
	    values = extract(obj, arr, key)
	    return values

	newKeys = []
	for root, dirs, files in os.walk(path):
			for x in json_extract(json.loads(open(root + '/view.json').read()), 'text'):
				if x not in newKeys and x not in oldKeys and x != "":
	for key in newKeys: