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  • Plugin Author YITHEMES

    (@yithemes)

    Hi Leon,

    which problem you have with localization ? How we can help you ?

    Let me know.
    Have a nice day
    YITH

    I’m using YITH Purchased Column for WooCommerce with the Dutch localization of WordPress. The Purchased Column is back alright, but the header of the column is in English, while all other columns are translated to Dutch.

    For example the columns ‘Orders’ and ‘Ship to’ are translated to ‘Bestelling’ and ‘Bestemming’.

    ‘Purchased’ used to be translated to ‘Aangeschaft’ in the Dutch localization of WooCommerce version 2.x therefore I would expect YITH Purchased Column for WooCommerce to restore the same column title in Dutch.

    It’s not a deal breaker but would be nice to have the title in the localized language 🙂

    Plugin Author YITHEMES

    (@yithemes)

    Hi,

    WooCommerce removed this string in latest WC update and you need to translate the plugin but after your reporting we have found a problem with plugin localizzation, in fact if you go here: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/yith-purchased-column-for-woocommerce you can’t translate anything.

    Tomorrow we’ll send a new release that allow you to translate all plugin strings
    Thanks for your reporting.

    Have a nice day
    YITH

    I appreciate that you are looking into it.

    Plugin Author YITHEMES

    (@yithemes)

    Hi,

    today we have released a new version of this plugin, now you can translate it in https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/yith-purchased-column-for-woocommerce

    In this way your translation will add to plugin languages pack and you didn’t lost it in next plugin update.

    Thanks for your reporting.
    Have a nice day
    YITH

    Hi again,

    I’m new to this type of translating and slightly overwhelmed by the 231 translations that are ‘open’ for three variations of Dutch (what is the difference between Dutch formal and Dutch Nl_nl anyway?) in four files.

    I translated quite a few but after an hour I stopped. Will these translations be used or do others need to check them first?

    @laptopleon nl_NL is informal translation. nl_NL-formal is (how surprising) a formal translation. nl_BE is Dutch Flemish.

    I understand what formal is, but I’ve never seen an option for selecting formal versus casual language in WordPress – as a user nor webdesigner – or anywhere else in software or outside software for that matter.

    It seems cumbersome to dedicate a complete, new translation to the formal version of Dutch and another one to Flemish, while so little words – if any – will ever be different.

    I don’t mean that Flemish doesn’t deserve it’s own translation, but if I understand correctly, the system demands translators to start from scratch while probably 99,9% will be the same as the nl_NL text.

    The formal version is available in Settings > General at language chooser.

    Flemish translators can copy Dutch and import them. No problem.

    Can they import all strings on the translation site with one command or string by string?

    One file (.po/.mo/etc) per locale (nl_NL or nl_NL-formal or nl_BE or any other)

    Plugin Author YITHEMES

    (@yithemes)

    Hi @laptopleon,

    I’m sorry but I don’t know how I can help you with this request but, for this, you can ask on #polyglots channel on slack.
    In this channel I’m sure you find someone that can help you with the translation in your languages.

    If you don’t know how use slack, please visit this link: https://make.wordpress.org/chat/

    Unfortunately, we can manage only translation in English, Italian and Spanish.

    Have a nice day
    YITH

    It’s fine.

    I just wanted to translate the column title. I had no idea it would be this complicated with 200+ strings that have to be peer-reviewed and what not.

    Plugin Author YITHEMES

    (@yithemes)

    Hi @laptopleon,

    if you want to translate only the purchased col you can create the languages file for your language and copy it inside the folder wp-content/languanges/plugins of your WordPress installation. After this you can translate only the string you need.

    for this you can use a tool called PoEdit: https://poedit.net/

    Pleae, visit this link for more details: https://poedit.net/wordpress

    Have a nice day
    YITH

    It’s not a problem for me personally. My English is sufficient 😉

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