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    (@avk-1)


    Hi,

    I have problem with this plugin. The functions “Activate Pinit buttons in single post” and “Activate Pinit buttons in single pages” any doesn’t work. But function “Insert Pinit Button on hover” works correctly.

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  • Exuse me. The plugin all right. I understood Pinit settings.

    Plugin Author Eugenio Petulla’

    (@igenius)

    You are welcome, sorry for the delay of the answer. We will work on your feedback in order to make the configuration more clear.

    Don’t forget to rate the plugin if you find it useful!

    Thank you,
    Eugenio

    Hi!

    Thank you very much for the response. I translated Pinit to Russian.
    Pinit Russian translate
    Can I send it to you?

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by  Toxic. Reason: add file link
    Plugin Author Eugenio Petulla’

    (@igenius)

    Thank you! Is it a problem for you translating pinit on the official translation platform of WordPress? You will earn a badge in your profile if you do so!

    You have just to login into wordpress.org with your account and go here:

    https://translate.wordpress.org/locale/ru/default/wp-plugins?s=pinit

    You will be able to translate everithing online, without using po/mo files. It will be nice beacause in this way every translation file will remain online instead of being included in the plugin itself! After you did it I will mention you on the readme of the plugin.

    Thank you for your effort! 😀

    Eugenio

    Hi Eugenio

    I added any fields to with description detailed for Pinit options.

    And I updated link to .po/.mo files

    Thank you.

    Plugin Author Eugenio Petulla’

    (@igenius)

    Thank you, that’s great!

    We are moving to the new way of transating for WordPress and we don’t want to include po/mo files in our plugin directly at all. If you want to include the translation you have to translate it on the official platform (glotpress) that I’ve linked to you before! This is the new way of dealing with wordPress translations, if you do it you will be credited with an official translator badge and I can add you on the readme of the plugin.

    Sorry for this extra step that I’m requiring to you but we are tring to stay with the official way of developing on WordPress and this is a new standard (no more po/mo files) 😀

    https://translate.wordpress.org/locale/ru/default/wp-plugins?s=pinit

    I added to Stable (latest release) 19 new values. Could you tell me please when they will publish?

    Plugin Author Eugenio Petulla’

    (@igenius)

    Great work!!

    Usually the approval process is very quick, something like 24/48 hours max and you will earn your badge! 😀

    Hey iGenius!

    Unfortunately, I don’t see changing situation to Russian translated for Pinit. Maybe my translate has a problem on WordPress.org?

    Plugin Author Eugenio Petulla’

    (@igenius)

    I’m talking right now with Sergey, a Russian PTE for the approval. Sorry for the delay! 🙂

    Moderator Sergey Biryukov

    (@sergeybiryukov)

    WordPress Dev

    Hi @avk-1, thanks for your contributions and sorry for the delay.

    I’ve reviewed and approved all the strings (also corrected some old ones), and the plugin is now at 100%.

    I’ve also added you as a translation editor for the plugin, so your translations won’t require approval in the future. Please take a look at Russian translation style guide if you haven’t yet 🙂

    Usually the approval process is very quick, something like 24/48 hours max

    Just a note, this isn’t completely true for most locales, as there are no notifications for waiting strings, and GTEs (general translation editors) are just volunteers who cannot check thousands of projects on a regular basis.

    So if you’ve translated something and the review takes longer than 48 hours, here’s what I’d suggest to do:

    • Come to the Polyglots blog or the #polyglots channel on WordPress Slack.
    • Submit a request to review your translations. Include the locale name (e.g. ru_RU) and a link to the project you’ve been working on.

    If you do that, locale GTEs will get a notification, and someone should reply shortly.

    @igenius thanks,
    it’s nice that Pinit has Russian translate 🙂

    @sergeybiryukov
    thank you very much for your approved and confidence.
    I read Russian translation style guide long time ago and it use for translate.

    P. S. Can I write comments on WordPress.org (example here) to Russian?

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