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  • Resolved Alexterieur

    (@alexterieur)


    Hi,
    I’m using your excellent plugin on my french website.
    How and where can I translate the following words :
    – Your email
    – Submit
    – Cancel

    Thank you for your help !

    Regards,

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  • Plugin Author Frank

    (@frankspress)

    Hi, that’s a good point.
    Please let me know if you are familiar with WordPress internationalization, I can make the code ready for translation and submit an update.

    Frank.

    Hi,
    Yes I’am familiar with WP internationalization.
    And yes, it would be great if you could submit an update 😉
    Thanks a lot for your efforts.

    Alex

    Plugin Author Frank

    (@frankspress)

    I just uploaded a version that contains a pot file so you can translate those lines, eventually I’ll extend internationalization to the entire plugin. Just a heads up, the translation .po and .mo file names should be called in-stock-mailer-for-wc-fr_FR in your case.

    Frank

    Hi Frank,
    Awesome !!
    I have my French version now !!
    Thank you very much for your responsiveness and your efficiency!

    Alex

    niltona

    (@niltona)

    Hello,

    I need to translate email because i’m using 2 languages in my website and customer should receive email in his language.
    How can I create strings of email body and translate them in wpml?

    Thank you

    Plugin Author Frank

    (@frankspress)

    Hi,
    I see your problem. WPML is essentially a translator plugin. Website pages are translated to the user as they pick their own language from the dropdown list.
    The in-stock email template is generated asynchronously, and the plugin has no way to know which language was originally used by the customer, because the two are not connected neither compatible at the moment.
    The issue is that being paid software, makes it economically infeasible for me to develop any solution.. However, I can kindly ask the author for a copy of the plugin and see from there.

    Frank

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