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  • Resolved dakbari67

    (@dakbari67)


    I want use your forms with multiple languages. Think of all default texts you use, e.g. error messages. Do I really need to translate all these texts into those different languages or do you have a multilingual functionality in your plugin?

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  • Plugin Author fullworks

    (@fullworks)

    I assume you are familiar with .pot language translation files for localisation, does your ‘multiple language’ solution leverage the standard WP language translations?

    I have only recently taken over support of this plugin, so I have had a look and currently the plugin options do not have any language localisation so the above will not work. I can add this in to a future release.

    Thread Starter dakbari67

    (@dakbari67)

    I assume you are familiar with .pot language translation files for localisation, does your ‘multiple language’ solution leverage the standard WP language translations?

    Yes it does. Am already using WP with 6 languages. I’ve checked with the Loco Translate plugin whether your plugin provide translations. Unfortunately no so far.

    … I can add this in to a future release.

    It would be definitely worth to give your plugin these translations or a way at least to do the translations by oneself.

    For now I’m blocked by this to use your plugin. Any hints though from you are welcome.

    Plugin Author fullworks

    (@fullworks)

    Is your requirement that a different language is used on different pages or is it a different language per site?

    Thread Starter dakbari67

    (@dakbari67)

    Is your requirement that a different language is used on different pages or is it a different language per site?

    It is different languages per site.

    See my site and the contact form so far tasqon.com/contact/. I use WPForms and want replace it with Quick Contact Forms.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by dakbari67.
    Plugin Author fullworks

    (@fullworks)

    I have made the default values for errors / labels translatable.

    As these are saved to the database, if you have already saved them you would need to reset to default after you have created translation files to see them.

    I haven’t translated the whole admin settings interface, as frankly that is a lot of work, and the plan is to rebuild the admin side of this plugin in the medium term.

    If you feel so inclined to share any completed language files, feel free to reach out at fullworks.net

    Thread Starter dakbari67

    (@dakbari67)

    I have made the default values for errors / labels translatable.

    Yes I saw you’ve updated the plugin. Great!

    … you would need to reset to default after you have created translation files to see them.

    Did that. The error messages are now accessible for translations. Good job. Thank you.

    I haven’t translated the whole admin settings interface, as frankly that is a lot of work, and the plan is to rebuild the admin side of this plugin in the medium term.

    Sure I understand. Just keep it in mind.

    If you feel so inclined to share any completed language files, feel free to reach out at fullworks.net

    It will be only some translations that I will do for a few of the error messages.

    Thank you for your quick response and the fix.

    Plugin Author fullworks

    (@fullworks)

    You are welcome

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