You can set the CurrentCulture and CurrentUICulture of your application to one of the supported Languages. You can check which languages are supported in the Localization
article in our documentation. If you want to define custom strings, you can implement a Custom Localization Manager
. The resource keys of all the localizable strings in the RadColorPicker control are the following:
Hope this helps.
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