Support » Plugin: Memphis Documents Library » Norwegian translation

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  • Plugin Author bhaldie

    (@bhaldie)

    I can ask to make you an editor or you can get the current editor @haans to approve the changes.

    Let me know if you want to be an editor.

    Thread Starter chris2re

    (@chris2re)

    I can be an editor, no problem. I see that @haans have translated most of it but has not approved anything?

    Plugin Author bhaldie

    (@bhaldie)

    I’ve made the request, you can follow the thread here, be warned it can take a while to process the request:

    https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/2016/12/12/hello-polyglots-19/

    Thread Starter chris2re

    (@chris2re)

    Thansk mate! 🙂

    Sorry for the wait. I was accepted as an editor last week, but have been busy with work.

    @cris2re You can export as .po on the bottom of the translation page. Upload that file to the plugin lang-directory. You may have to edit the filename – add NO at the end, so it follows the same naming scheme as the other lang-files.

    Thread Starter chris2re

    (@chris2re)

    Sweet!

    So, I did as you described, but the translation is not doing anything.. Thoughts?

    Remove «-stable» from the name of the .mo-file

    I’ve approved the translation, btw.

    Thread Starter chris2re

    (@chris2re)

    If you look at the screenshot above you`ll see there is no “stable” in the file name.

    Thread Starter chris2re

    (@chris2re)

    Okay, sorry did not to that to the .mo…did now though 😛 But…still no change?

    Yes there is, in the .mo-file, above the-events-calendar. The translation is now available for download from the plugin main page too.

    Plugin Author bhaldie

    (@bhaldie)

    Thanks @haans, to get the translation to work now just goto you WordPress Dashboard then goto Updates scroll to the button of the page and press the Update Translations button.

    🙂

    Thread Starter chris2re

    (@chris2re)

    Okay, I`ll try to download it and install it! Thanks!

    Is the translation in the languages/plugins folder? Did you reload the page?

    Thread Starter chris2re

    (@chris2re)

    @bhaldie In the Dashboard it says all translations are up to date… And in the main page for the plugin here when clicking on the Norwegian language, nothing happens..

    @haans Yes it is! Located in wp-content/languages/plugins/

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