Support » Plugin: Loco Translate » Polylang, loco translate and woocommerce

  • Hi there

    A sites with 2 languages and woocommerce having Polylang, loco translate and woocommerce installed.

    The issue:

    Polylang does a bad job of integrating woo language localisation, it seems to somehow takes precedence over the original woo localisation files and serves a mix bag of the 2 languages…

    Using loco translate to modify strings of the original woo localisation files is ignored when polulang is installed.

    Is there a way to make loco translate take precedent? like a code to put in function.php to force woocommerce to look for the translation files in the loco custom folder?

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  • Plugin Author Tim W

    (@timwhitlock)

    Loco Translates custom folder already takes precedent over the installed system files. See loading order.

    I don’t know what Polylang does to break this, but I can’t reproduce that problem simply by having it installed.

    the site has hebrew and english when Polylang is active it ignores loco translate custom folder and for woocommerce which has 100% translation into hebrew it shows a mix of english and hebrew… really strange… I have no idea where it’s even coming from…

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