Support » Plugin: Mailchimp for WooCommerce » Multi currency and translations

  • Resolved boutzamat

    (@boutzamat)


    Hello.

    I am using this plugin for my client’s WooCommerce site, and i have some questions about multi language for this plugin..

    First of all, in the “Mailchimp Store settings”, the currency is set to DKK (danish currency). This is not correct and i cannot change it.
    The store primarily uses EUR, but DKK for the danish version (translated using WPML).

    Secondly, the “Sign up for the newsletter” text cannot be translated using WPML, unlike all other plugins on this site. Possibly because the string is stored in the database, which in general (as far as i know) isn’t the best practice for strings, but i understand that this is necessary for a dynamic text. Can you/i do something about this?

    And finally. How do i send out e-mails in different languages, based on the customers locale?

    Is this plugin compatible with WPML?

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  • No one?

    I see someone has recently posted the same issue about not being able to translate the “opt in” text.

    Plugin Author ryanhungate

    (@ryanhungate)

    Hi @boutzamat sorry for the delay – for this feature the recommended approach would be to add this snippet.

    Enable “WPML language configuration file” and following the rules for admin-texts.

    This can also be edited at WPML > Settings > Custom XML Configuration:

    
    <wpml-config>
        <admin-texts>
            <key name="mailchimp-woocommerce">
                <key name="newsletter_label"/>
            </key>
        </admin-texts>
    </wpml-config>
    

    Next go to WPML > String Translations. Now admin_texts_mailchimp-woocommerce text-domain is available to selection at “Select strings within domain”

    You should be able to add your translations there once WPML is aware of this option.

    If you have any follow up questions please feel free to reach out and please mention my name so I can come back quicker. 🙂

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