Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Extended Coupon Features FREE » German translations not working

  • Resolved dav74

    (@dav74)



    Hello,

    Your plugin is displaying notices in English, rather than German, even though Loco translate says the plugin is 100% translated into German.

    There appears to be no template for your plugin languages in Loco translate, so I added one. However there were no strings to translate in this template file.

    Can you please help!

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  • dav74

    (@dav74)

    UPDATE: The specific string I am having problems with is “Discount applied”.

    When a coupon is automatically applied, you get a message in the Cart saying “Discount applied: “. However this message is in English when it should be in German (my front-end site is in German).

    However If I delete the coupon and manually add it again, the message will then appear in German “Verwendeter Rabatt: “.

    So the translations are there, but it seems they do not get used when the coupon message is first shown. Any idea why?

    Plugin Author Soft79

    (@josk79)

    dav74

    (@dav74)

    But in your plugin the German language is 100% translated (Author translation)? Actually it is the only language fully translated. However the page you just sent me to nothing is translated. I do not understand. Do you?

    Plugin Author Soft79

    (@josk79)

    There are two different “Discount applied” strings:

    1. Discount applied
    2. Discount applied: %s (where %s is the description of the discount)

    1 is in the .po files of WooCommerce
    2 is in the .po files of our plugin

    Maybe one of those two translations is missing?

    dav74

    (@dav74)

    The one that I am talking about is from your plugin: “Discount applied: %s”
    The WooCommerce translations work fine.

    When you use an automated coupon, the “Discount applied: %s” string is used when you get to the Cart page. Even though this string is fully translated in Loco translate, it appears in English on the sites frontend.

    Strangely if you trigger the automatic coupon a second time, then this string will then appear in the translated langauge. It seems that somewhere there is some issue with the plugin using the translated string the first time the “Discount applied: %s” appears.

    Any ideas?

    Plugin Author Soft79

    (@josk79)

    Please send url to your store with instructions to reproduce this.

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