Support » Plugin: Radio Station » Radio Station v2.3.3.3 don’t use Main Broadcast Language

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  • Plugin Contributor majick


    @gbourgaultwp What are you expecting to change?

    The Main Broadcast Language is used for display for each Show and for the Data API so that it can be discovered (it isn’t a translation setting.)

    Thread Starter gbourgaultwp


    How can I set the language in Radio Station ?

    Plugin Contributor majick


    @gbourgaultwp It’s still not clear what you are asking. You can set the Main Broadcast Language in the Plugin Settings. This is then assigned and displayed as the default language for all Shows, and all languages assigned to a Show are listed via the Data API also. The Main Broadcast Language is also listed as the language value in the Station Data Endpoint for the API.

    If you are wanting the text strings within the Radio Station Plugin to display in another language, you need to change your WordPress Language setting, and any available language translations bundled with the plugin will be used for those strings via the in-built WordPress translation functions used throughout the plugin (this is how all plugins do it.)

    If you wish to allow users to translate all your page content to a particular language, rather than just the default strings, you may need to use a translation plugin.

    Thread Starter gbourgaultwp



    I changed the Broadcast Language, the same language as my WordPress setting, but all text from the plugin allways show in English.


    Plugin Author Tony Zeoli


    While some of Radio Station is translated into French, there are 493 untranslated instances of text. The plugin was translated into French many years ago, but the translations have not been updated for this language.


    If you would like to help translate what has yet to be translated into French, we would certainly appreciate it.

    I’m not sure, but that may be why you are not seeing much of the plugin translated into French. Probably the same for Spanish. No one has come back around yet to update the translations files. We ask in our newsletter, but no one has stepped up yet to do this.

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