Note: For more complex multilanguage handling such as fallback patterns, you will also need to provide the appropriate configuration in the project's settings.py file. 

Basic language configuration is available in Django projects via the Aldryn Django addon settings.

In your project's Dashboard, go to Addons and the Aldryn Django.

Languages should be specified using the language code, in the form

["en", "de"] 

i.e. a Python list.

After changing this setting and saving, the project will need to be deployed for the changes to take effect.

The Django language settings can also be applied manually in the settings.py file.

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