Instead of searching through a list of locale keys, you can add the query string parameter ?langdebug=true to your EmpowerID web application URL, and interactively create or edit keys directly on the text as it appears in the page.
Once enabled, the Locale Key Editor Enabled info box provides you with information on how to use the editor.
There are three things that you can accomplish using this editor.
Create new keys — This is for use by developers who are adding new text to the UI. Developers can use this shortcut to add a key to correspond with a value in their code.
Edit localized values for existing keys — This is for use by administrators or authorized users who are adding translations of the value for other languages or editing existing translations.
Edit localized values and add keys — This is for use by administrators or authorized users who are adding translations of the value for other languages when keys do not yet exist in the database.
In this topic, we explore how to add or edit localized text for existing keys and how to add keys for existing localized text. We cover how to create new keys in the developer documentation.
To enable the Locale Key Editor
Navigate to the EmpowerID page with text that you want to localize, and insert the query string parameter ?langdebug=true in the URL between /UI and #, in place of the slash. For example: