@ewpatton I thought we had fixed this?
In the Korean site, when the project is loaded, the "global variable" string, which means global variable, is preceded by the global variable name, and the "global" string in the English site is preceded by the global variable name.
On the Korean site, "global variable" means a global variable, but instead of "global variable", the string "global" is appended and a warning is displayed saying that the variable does not exist.
In this case, the selected variable must be reselected so that the string "global variable" which means global variable in the Korean site is attached. However, when you open the project again, the "global variable" changes back to "global" and the variable is not available.
When working on a small-scale project for the first time, there was no big problem by reselecting the variable name within a few seconds, but it is becoming difficult to proceed with the project anymore as more and more variables and blocks increase.
When the project is opened in Korean, the string "global variable" should be appended to the global variable name instead of "global".