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[Resolved] GF not translated to Dutch when WP site is en_UK

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  • Plugin Author Remco Tolsma
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    @remcotolsma

    Why do you want the Gravity Forms plugin in Dutch and the rest in English? We just follow the WordPress way of translating plugins, so this can’t be adjusted.

    The WP site is in English, because I find it easier to have the admin part in English. I do however want the front end of the site to be in Dutch, because we have a Belgian-only audience.

    Plugin Author Remco Tolsma
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    @remcotolsma

    As far as i know WordPress has no default option to configure the frontend and backend language separately.

    I know 🙁 that’s why it would be great if a Dutch plugin does not look for the language the WordPress core is in, but instead always uses nl_NL or at least have a settings input field where we could fill in nl_NL to override the language of the WordPress core.

    Plugin Author Remco Tolsma
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    @remcotolsma

    All our Dutch translations plugins use the WordPress core language. For now we won’t change this setup, i do however get your point. We also have to make sure our plugin works correctly in an WordPress network or in combination with the WPML plugin.

    Ok Remco, I’ll hard code the Quantity > Hoeveelheid, Price > Prijs for now. I’ll have to do this after each update, but that’s not too hard. I hope to hear from you if ever you are able to implement this feature in a future update.

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