Automatic, multi-service, client- or serverside message translations
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GoogleChat automatically translates all messages sent or received by the client to/from a configured language using Google Translate through LibJF.

Both directions of translation can be configured and GoogleChat can be disabled completely from the config, though server-specific configs are not implemented.

If you want to use GoogleChat serverside (which is supported btw), a config like the following is recommended:

  "enabled": true,
  "serverLanguage": "en",
  "clientLanguage": "auto"

You should also enable previews-chat in your to allow signed message translations