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In Cognito Forms, when a user fills a field invalidly (or not at all) an Is required notice is triggered (in Russian).

How may I alter the wording of such notification? (Also in Russian.)

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I do mean "When a user fills a field invalidly (or not at all) an Is required notice is triggered. How can I rename off such notification?" –  Алейникова Людмила Aug 29 at 16:34
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Different text but still in Russian language. –  Алейникова Людмила Aug 29 at 16:57
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Yes. I'll wait for the answer. Thank you. –  Алейникова Людмила Aug 29 at 17:04
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I am a developer for Cognito Forms. We are working on localization so that the form and all notifications for the form can be displayed in different languages. You can follow our progress on our idea board (trello.com/c/Bkd7xPKv). At this time we don't have any plans to allow for custom error messages. I will submit this idea to the team for future releases. –  Nicholas Gasque Aug 29 at 18:24
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@NicholasGasque I think this is clear enough (and is enough of an end-user question) at this point. Feel free to add your answer. –  jonsca Aug 29 at 23:51

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I am a developer for Cognito Forms. We are working on localization so that the form and all notifications for the form can be displayed in different languages. You can follow our progress on our idea board. At this time we don't have any plans to allow for custom error messages. I will submit this idea to the team for future releases.

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Our release supporting localized forms (Country, Language and Currency selection) will localize all text prompts, handle country-specific date, number and currency formatting, and will allow user overrides of localized text (via simple JavaScript). We are targeting this release towards the end of December. –  Jamie Thomas Dec 5 at 18:05

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