Easily edit the default language override file by searching for individual language values and select, then set the new value and save. If no language override exists, the CMSE Framework application will automatically create the file.
Alternatively the override file can be edited in bulk by using the Language Override File Editor. This is a bit more complex since it must be written as a PHP formatted code with the variable, array key and value eg:
The intended use of the Override file editor is for editing changes made by the selector method and to add your own language constants which are used in your custom template or widget.