I don’t need to use any localization as the app is in Spanish and is targeted to users who speaks the language. I am not touching the localization dataSheet but I have seen devices that run the app try to translate fields as if it were in a different language.
So at first I removed all of the rows in the Localization dataSheet and I could see that it didn’t have the effect that I wanted because it turned out most of the text fields were not visible. I reverted back to the previous version where the localization fields created automatically were there.
As a second attempt, I added an additional column in the Localization dataSheet with “es” and selected that value as the default in the dataSlot and in the top menu. I don’t need any kind of translation from the original text. I just need the text to be detected as Spanish and to be shown as it is. But now I get in the console when I first run the app that all of the localization keys are not there. Obviously because I have left the “es” column in the dataSheet empty.
How should I do it so the app is detected as in Spanish and devices don’t try to translate the text?