Support » Plugin: Events Manager » Translatable string needed: Submit Place

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  • Philip John

    (@philipjohn)

    Hiya,

    Sorry I’m not sure what you’re referring to as there is no [location_form] shortcode?

    Thanks

    Daedalon

    (@daedalon)

    Thanks for the swift reply. [location_form] is supported but undocumented. I asked perhaps a year ago to be able to let users add places, and Marcus replied that [location_form] would invoke the template forms/location-editor.php, which is shipped by default. We’ve been using that since.

    We have everything working perfectly on that page with the exception of the translation for the submission button. The default one is esc_attr_e('Update location', 'dbem');. It should be ‘Submit Location’ instead, like on forms/event-editor.php. ‘Update’ works only when editing an existing location/event, ‘submit’ works also when creating a new one.

    Suggestions

    1. For the best result four translation strings should be included: ‘Update/Submit’ with ‘Event/Place’. This allows to create a logic that selects the string used based on if editing an existing event/location or creating a new one.

    2. The default template should either do this or just use the ‘Submit’ ones. The event one already does, so the location one needs updating.

    3. The strings have currently different capitalizations: “Submit Event” but “Update location”.

    Plugin Support caimin_nwl

    (@caimin_nwl)

    Thanks – I’ll pass these suggestions along to Marcus.

    Plugin Author Marcus

    (@netweblogic)

    NetWebLogic Support

    Hi, sorry for the delay here, but this has been implemented in the latest update.

    Thanks!

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