hendrik on 02 Aug, 2020 12:26 PM
beaTunes usually tries to match your system language and if that does not work, it uses English. There is no way to work around this mechanism in the UI, but you could hack the Info.plist file.
To do that,
right-click on the beaTunes app in the Application folder
choose Show Package Contents
open the folder Contents
open Info.plist with TextEdit.app
add the line
and save the file.
now start beaTunes
Adding that line will force the UI to be English. You can also force it to be German (de), Spanish (es) or French (fr) by choosing a different language "code" (those two letter abbreviations). Other language are not supported.