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[Plugin: TinyMCEComments] Labels in popup windows

  • Daniel

    @dhoffmann

    Hi, the other thread is closed, but the problem in the actual version still there. I’m using a localized German version of WordPress and only get field codes?

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  • I have the same problem. The form shows {#advanced_dlg.link_url} (and similar values, such as {#advanced_dlg.link_list}, {#advanced_dlg.link_target} or {#advanced_dlg.link_titlefield}). Seems to be a language problem. Any idea what could help?

    Typically that is because there are internal language-codes in the language-file. Look for the string “en.” and change it to “de.”, that should do it.

    Renaming the wp-langs-en.js as proposed by MarcusF and decribed by StefanMZ at http://wordpress.org/support/topic/249572 did the trick.

    Hi, dhoffmann.

    Probably it’s the difference in TinyMCE version. I have the same structure of localisation files as you. But, anyway 4 hours of tinkering… and the MCEcomments speaks russian finally. 🙂

    You should find 3 localisation files of:
    1) tinymce: XY.js
    2) advanced theme: another XY.js
    3) advanced theme dialogue-boxes: XY_dlg.js

    Then you should split it into new file named wp-langs-XY.js with the following structure:
    – contents of tinymce localisation file (see 1 above)
    – blank string (I guess it’s unnecessary)
    – contents of advanced theme localisation file (see 2 above)
    – blank string
    – contents of advanced theme dialogues localisation (see 3 above)

    And then you just copy final wp-langs-XY.js into wp-includes/js/tinymce/langs directory.

    That’s all. Probably there is some easier way anywhere, but.. you know.
    All these files I found within Simple-Press-Forum plugin files.

    PS: just in case I can send you or anybody else proper files. My email is sensor-ww (at) gmail (dot) com

    yes it worked now 🙂 thanks a lot!

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