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  • Resolved msvalverde


    Hi there,
    I just installed this wonderful plugin and, as I wrote in the topic, it won’t show in Spanish, wich is the site language.
    However, some strings do show in spanish, like the red button, but I even edited this string in the .po file but it does not update.
    Any ideas?

    Thank you in advance.

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  • Plugin Author Marcel Pol


    Hi there 🙂

    The current translation for Spanish is not 100% complete. You could contribute to the translation in GlotPress:
    There is no validator/PTE currently. If you want, I could request that you can become validator/PTE.

    If you are only interested in local updates, you will need to generate a .mo file from the .po file. It might be possible that these files get overwritten with updates.

    Thread Starter msvalverde


    Hi there
    Thank you for your quick answer 🙂
    Surely I can contribute, anyway it’d be my first time, so I hope that I can do it well.
    What is exactly a validator/PTE?
    In other hand, it does not show in Spanish because the translation is not totally complete?
    Going right now to GlotPress.
    Keep in touch.

    Plugin Author Marcel Pol


    Thank you for your reply.
    The request is up:

    Hello all, Please make @msvalverde

    As contributor you can not validate translations and put them live. As validator/PTE you can set translations live and bring it to 100%.

    Often it can be good to contact the Spanish translation team. They will probably have a forum and a Slack instance. Often translation teams have their own preferences and workflow. It can be good to keep in touch with them.

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