Support » Plugin: WP Cloudy, weather plugin » [HOW-TO] Translate WP Cloudy into your own language

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  • i have translated in italian. I you want i can send you files

    Plugin Author Benjamin Denis

    (@rainbowgeek)

    Thank you for the italian translation.
    You can send it to contact@wpcloudy.com

    Advise to put custom PO, MO inside wp-content/languages/plugin folder.
    Works very well.

    Any glitch in your plugins update mechanism will delete all work people did on translating.

    Hi everyone, I still have not been able to complete Russian translation saving file before today’s update of PoEdit on Mac version. I must be doing something wrong and it is not finding the source db to complete the job correctly and be able to provide and share RUS version. I re-open the link with complete guide hoping to be able to do it but would like to get suggestions asap!

    Thank you all in advance,
    Andrea

    Hi there,
    I use Loco to translate the plugin. Unfortunately the plugin text domain and the language folder is missing in the plugin header, so Loco neither can find the existing translations nor does it generate the correct text domain.

    I was able to fix it by adding wpcloudy as text domain and /lang as domain path, so the plugin header look as follows:

    /*
        Plugin Name: WP Cloudy
        Plugin URI: http://wpcloudy.com/
        Description: WP Cloudy is a powerful weather plugin for WordPress, based on Open Weather Map API, using Custom Post Types and shortcodes, bundled with a ton of features.
        Version: 3.5.4
        Author: Benjamin DENIS
        Author URI: http://wpcloudy.com/
        License: GPLv2
        Text Domain: wpcloudy
        Domain Path: /lang
        */

    @rainbowgeek: any chance this will be included in the next update…?

    cheers,
    jörn

    Plugin Author Benjamin Denis

    (@rainbowgeek)

    Hi,
    I’ll push an update soon.

    Thank you 🙂

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