Admin Login Locale Selector


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Admin Login Locale Selector module helps admin user to select the locale of their choice during login.

Admin Login Locale Selector


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Locale Selector is the module which helps admin user to select the locale of their choice during login.This tool becomes handy in case when you have multiple admin users from different localities. Also when if you are customizing the magento for the store owner of different locality.


- Upgrade Proof Module.
- Tested for Magento version -
- Option to enable/disable the extension.
- Provides option for locale selection during admin login.
- Locale Option selected during the login is saved for next visit.

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Nice module Review by Tabaro
Nice module but saving language option on login for next time is not working in 1.5 (Posted on 2/4/2013)
Works great in 1.6.2. Review by Matthias Wach
Thanks. Works great in 1.6.2. (Posted on 3/4/2012)
Works great in Review by dimaosna
thanks a lot. Works great in (Posted on 1/27/2012)
works perfect Review by hagaib
thanks. works perfect on 1.5.1. (Posted on 8/30/2011)
Yes great ext and works Review by Yoakim
Yes great ext and works, except I cannot get it to remember the last locale used. I know instructions said to make sure locale was installed, but this is en_US which is part of core. I also have cs_CZ installed, which the site defaults to, but I typically like to use en_US. However, each time I login I have to change selector from cz_CZ to en_US as extension seem to have forgot... (Posted on 8/30/2011)
Thanks, works nicely with my Review by mediagram
Thanks, works nicely with my Perfect if your website is in another language as your admin preferred language. (Posted on 8/30/2011)

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