This thread is resolved. Here is a description of the problem and solution.
Problem: Global containers does not appear to use in other languages Solution: Client solution: " I first set "element_category" to untranslatable and it solved the problem without having to add the code to a .php file. It surprised me because I thought you had already checked the taxonomy translation options! ...but anyways, it seems to have solved the issue."
If it doesn't work, do this up the point: https://wpml.org/forums/topic/i-cant-save-a-container-in-the-secondary-language-of-my-avada-site/#post-3856165
Here is a video as well: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1v-Sr3hdZJPS14DQT9bHFaiWq4jkCpN5b/view
You would load that code from the root WordPress intallation, load it like http://localhost/new7/fix.php and then remove it.
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