As part of our user interface we show the word 'Percentage' in a label control. We have noticed that this works fine when the Operator locale is set to English, and it shows the word capitalised as intended, however when the operator is then set to Dutch the word shows up as 'percentage'. This looks sloppy, but we have no idea why it's happening (and it only happens for that specific word / label). Has anyone ever encountered this problem before?
Hey Rett, thanks for your reply. We indeed just figured out that this was happening due to a field value supplied by Pega, which we hadn't encountered before. This said to translate 'percentage' to 'percentage'. In English locale, we find a similar field value but with capital P's. Even tho we don't know what the point of this is, specialising this field value in one of our own rulesets resolved the issue.