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I have to languages - english and russian.
I need russian language to be set as default for admin panel. How to do it? Thanks!

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You just need to add the Russian language pack to the admin and set the Russian language on each admin user profile. A language pack is a zip containing many files that will translate the admin pages, fields etc.

Download the package: http://modules.processwire.com/modules/russian/

After that, go to /admin/setup/languages/, edit Russian and upload the file on the "Core Translation Files" section.

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