Enable translation of reading list texts
The Leganto UI supports multiple languages, which is very helpful. It is however not possible to translate individual texts of reading lists, such as their titles, into different languages.
Please enable the following:
A way to easily input in multiple (at least two) languages a) reading list titles, b) section names, c) citation public notes, d) section notes, and e) possibly other such reading list related texts that are not part of the bibliographic metadata.
That the relevant translated text (as per above) be displayed depending on what language the user has selected for the UI in the Leganto language menu.
To be clear: a kind of multi language support for reading lists may already be implemented by creating duplicate lists, one for each language, but that approach has at least the following drawbacks:
When working with a rolled-over list, the very same changes (e.g. adding new citations) must be made to several lists, which is error prone and somewhat tedious.
The user changing the language setting for the Leganto UI does not affect which language version of the reading list is displayed.
Data integrity is weaker, because even though the different language versions are supposed to reflect the very same list, their actual content is not interlinked and may well differ in reality (something that could occur as a result of failing to reproduce the very same changes when working with a rolled-over list, as mentioned under (1)).
Oh, and all such translations should of course be readable and writeable via the API:s.
(This suggestion focuses in particular on the ability to translate texts in reading lists but is somewhat related to this idea: https://ideas.exlibrisgroup.com/forums/395697-leganto/suggestions/39034405-display-templates-and-other-elements-in-the-interf)