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[resolved] P2 Norwegian translation - a few i18n issues (7 posts)

  1. Peter Holme
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi!

    I updated the norwegian translation for p2. It's here:
    http://code.google.com/p/no-wp/source/browse/#svn/themes/p2/tags/1.1.5

    There are a few places that are non-localizable:
    Menu item in admin: ("Theme options")
    In theme options: "Pick a color"
    In the inline post editor:
    when in "Blog post mode": "Post title"

    Also, "Mentions" - I haven't really got around to figuring out what this is.. has it something to do with citations, maybe?

  2. Lance Willett
    Themer
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Thanks for the Norwegian translation files, Peter. I've reported the translation issues, and we'll try to get that fixed up for the next version.

    Mentions are cases where a username is mentioned in a post, with @ syntax. See an example on the P2 demo blog: http://p2demo.wordpress.com/mentions/raanan/

    It's similar to the Twitter @ reply feature.

  3. Peter Holme
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    aha...thanks! by the way, do you have any plans to address wp-signup.php? it's looking rather ugly at the moment... guess it could be worked out with css, but I'm guessing this is a universal issue? Also - many plugins/"stuff" includes "clear:both"-type attributes (including wp-signup.php, and the way the sidebar is set up, that doesn't cope very well..

    See here: http://holme.se/wp-signup.php

  4. Lance Willett
    Themer
    Posted 4 years ago #

    @peterhol It's not a universal issue, it only appears when using WordPress multisite. I assume you are using multisite WordPress (network mode)? Otherwise the signup form should use the default WordPress admin UI.

    Looks like when using P2 with multisite WordPress the signup form needs some CSS styling, as you said. That will be addressed in the next version—thanks for the report.

  5. Peter Holme
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    ok thanks! btw.. where is the function that automatically creates links out of URLs in posts? I use WPtouch for mobile access - and I wanted to make the links that I now just write flat out as URLs work in the WPtouch theme as well - 'cause it's just sooo convenient ;) I really can't find it anywhere in the source code!

  6. Lance Willett
    Themer
    Posted 3 years ago #

    @Peter P2 uses a built-in WordPress function for the clickable links, make_clickable.

    See http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/make_clickable for usage and more info.

  7. Peter Holme
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    thanks.. I actually discussed this with someone in the wptouch devel team (bravenewcode) - and they added it as an optional feature :)

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