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  • Resolved locksoft

    (@locksoft)


    Simple question:

    Previously, in previous updates, I simply changed a pair of words inside the main PHP file to translate it in my language.

    Could you please include a localization setting panel?

    Thanks.

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  • Lol, forget about it, just found the .languages folder. 😛

    Plugin Author Héctor Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    Hey there!

    Previously, in previous updates, I simply changed a pair of words inside the main PHP file to translate it in my language.

    Making changes directly into plugin’s code is not recommended. One of the reasons being that the next time you update it any changes you made to it will be overwritten (as you surely know by now hehe).

    Lol, forget about it, just found the .languages folder. 😛

    You might want to read this.

    Yes Hector, sorry. 😛

    In previous versions I never realized (if) there was any localization, so I updated the code manually.

    Now I created a new mo/po file so the plugin is working correctly in my language.

    Out of curiosity, on next update the file will stay in the directory or will be deleted and I have to put it inside again?

    Thanks and sorry for the useless post. 🙂

    Plugin Author Héctor Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    You can move it into wp-content/languages/plugins and it’ll survive plugin updates 🙂 (I should add that to the FAQ :P)

    Great, thanks! 🙂

    Hi, can you help me? I have the .por and .no files in the folder languages, but It doesn’t translate. I have to do some change to the original .po and I compiled It.
    Have I to do something more?
    And can I use a third Language?

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by juperlas.
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