Quick Localisation allows site admins to patch WordPress translations of any theme and any plugin without leaving the control panel
Quick Localisation allows to hook on
ngettext_with_context so that one can easily tweak WordPress translations generated by functions
For installation please see the corresponding section. It is as trivial as copying the plugin folder in your WordPress.
To get the flavour of what the plugin actually does, see the screen shots.
Once installed and activated, the plugin back-end will be accessible via a separate menu in the admin panel (WP Admin -> Quick Localisation).
N.B. by all means this plugin is not a replacement of the standard WordPress localisation framework. In fact, webmasters are advised to use it as a long-term solution.
However Quick Localisation comes very handy when quick patches or unconventional translations are required.
The plugin offers the following options.
_ALL_- it will be applied to all matching text)
At the moment Quick Localisation hooks on
ngettext_with_context filters with very low priority (namely, 1000), allowing it to be the last one to have a say on translations.
Should one use other similar
*gettext* hooks, the priority can be changed in