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Re: pgadmin3 change language

From: Alexander Borkowski <alexander(dot)borkowski(at)abri(dot)une(dot)edu(dot)au>
To: Ramon Orticio <rporticio(at)yahoo(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: pgadmin3 change language
Date: 2005-01-14 05:42:29
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Hello Ramon,

Ramon Orticio wrote:
> 1. i accidentally placed a language other than english
> during the start of pgadmin3. how can i change it back
> to english?

Go to the first menu in the menu bar ('File' in the English version, but 
don't know about the language you pgAdmin is in). There should be five 
items in that menu. Choose the fourth item ('Options...'). A dialog with 
several tabs should come up. Select the leftmost tab ('General') at the 
top of the dialog. The first dropdown list on that tab is a list of 
languages to select from ('User language'). Select the one you want and 
click the middle of the three buttons at the bottom of the dialog 
('OK'). Hope this works.

> 2. can pgadmin3 be used to enter data to tables?

Yes it can. Just select a table and click on the button with the 
sunglasses. A new window will come up with all the data in the table. At 
the bottom of that window is a row of empty data if you enter your data 
there and click on the leftmost button at the top of this window (the 
one with the purple arrow). PgAdmin will then insert the data into the 



PS: For questions related to pgAdmin III rather than PostgreSQL you 
should contact the pgadmin-support mailing list. You will find more 
information on this at

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