Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Blocks » Some translations do not work

  • Resolved davidgimenezq

    (@davidgimenezq)


    Checking, I have discovered that in the cart and checkout blocks some translations have stopped working since the last update, this didn’t happen before, the translations are the following, you can see them also from the screenshots:

    In cart:
    Country/Region
    Postal code
    City

    In checkout:
    First name
    Last name
    Address
    Country/Region
    Postal code
    City

    First name
    Last name
    Address
    Country/Region
    Postal code
    City

    In stripe
    Card number
    Expiry date

    Screenshots:
    https://ibb.co/PGNB7FY
    https://ibb.co/g7mNtB7
    https://ibb.co/fvrXWmj
    https://ibb.co/9Nz04nc

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  • Thread Starter davidgimenezq

    (@davidgimenezq)

    I have tried reinstalling the plugin and also recreating the translations template from Loco translate but it still doesn’t work, check it please thanks.

    Plugin Support Dani F. a11n

    (@danielinhou)

    Hola @davidgimenezq 👋🏽

    I have tested this on my site using WooCommerce Version 5.3.0 and WooCommerce Blocks Versión 5.1.0 and I was able to reproduce this.

    I am going to report this to the team but in the meantime, you could correct this using the Say What Plugin

    Below you can find an example of what you’ll need to do to replace the City string into Ciudad:

    Using Say What to change Strings
    Link to image: https://d.pr/i/T13Gyo

    You’ll want to do something similar for the other strings.

    Best,

    Thread Starter davidgimenezq

    (@davidgimenezq)

    Thank you!

    Plugin Support Dani F. a11n

    (@danielinhou)

    Hey @davidgimenezq,

    Thank you!

    You’re welcome! I’ll keep you updated as soon as I have an update from the devs.

    Cheers!

    Thread Starter davidgimenezq

    (@davidgimenezq)

    Hi, do you have news about when this update will be released?

    Plugin Support Dani F. a11n

    (@danielinhou)

    Hola @davidgimenezq 👋🏽

    Thanks for getting back to us. I have submitted a bug report to the developers and they will now research this further.

    You can subscribe to the issue report here to follow the updates yourself as that is an open repository.

    By the way, have you had a chance to test the workaround that I provided (using the Say What plugin)

    Cheers

    Plugin Support Dani F. a11n

    (@danielinhou)

    Hola otra vez @davidgimenezq 👋🏽

    Thanks for your patience while we worked on this.

    I’m happy to say that the issue we’ve been discussing on this thread is already getting a review for the fix. This means that the code that is supposed to solve the problems is – hopefully – ready, and it’s in the testing and reviewing stage before being merged to the next release of WooCommerce Blocks

    I’ll leave this thread open for now, just so we can give you a final confirmation once the fix has been released.

    In the meantime, if there’s anything else, make sure to let us know.

    Cheers

    Plugin Support Dani F. a11n

    (@danielinhou)

    Hola otra vez @davidgimenezq

    Thanks for your patience while we worked on this.

    I’m happy to let you know that our devs have just published a new WooCommerce Blocks release (5.3.0) that addresses the issue that we’ve been discussing on this thread.

    At this point, I would like to ask you to install that new version on your site and see if the issue gets fixed.

    Please keep up posted and thanks for your feedback and patience.

    Cheers!

    Thread Starter davidgimenezq

    (@davidgimenezq)

    I have installed the new version and it is working well, good job.

    Thank you!

    Plugin Support Dani F. a11n

    (@danielinhou)

    Hey @davidgimenezq 👋🏽

    Great to hear that and thanks for submitting the feedback here when you found the error.

    Best!

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