Support » Plugin: eShop » [Plugin: eShop] Translation in option sets

  • Resolved braikar



    I am making my website multilingual and the standard way of adding languages doesn’t work for option sets.

    For example if I make an option set, colour, with choices red, green, blue
    I’d like to set it up in many languages, e.g.



    But that doesn’t do anything… Is it implemented in a way that I’m not aware of, or can you add the functionality, I guess it’s just a small matter of adding some more filters.

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  • Plugin Author elfin


    At this time it’s unlikely to be added into the plugin – so all i can suggest at the moment is having a separate product page for each language.



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    As there has not been an update to this topic for a while, I can only assume that the issue has now been resolved and I am now marking it as such. If this is incorrect, please feel free to change the topic’s status and/or post a followup.

    Well I had other things to do, I got back to it and fixed the problem, to make it compatible with qtranslate.

    I had to update all $optsets[‘name’] and $opsets[‘label’] to __($optsets[‘name’]) and __($opsets[‘label’]), I actually added the wrapper around all $op(t)sets[‘…’] in functions to display the settings on the user side, so that now these can be translated either using a po/mo file or qtranslate language tags.
    I don’t know if there’s any risk in changing the whole plugin like that, but that does the trick for me. (apart that obviously with new updates I’ll have to reedit these..)



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    When you update the plugin, all of your changes will be lost. Plus we can;t really support a hacked plugin.

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