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  • Resolved mholkamp

    (@mholkamp)


    Hi there,

    Is there a way to translate the yes / no text of the collapsible button?
    Could not find it in the translation.

    BTW is you are interested i have made a Dutch translation for the plugin.

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  • Plugin Author Aurovrata Venet

    (@aurovrata)

    BTW is you are interested i have made a Dutch translation for the plugin

    yes please :), however translations are now managed directly on wordpress.org.

    I see that you are already a contributor to the nl locale.

    If you are able to maintain the translation, we can suggest your name as PTE so you can accept translations.

    Is there a way to translate the yes / no text of the collapsible button?

    these are inserted as data attributes in the HTML itself, you can change them there.

    I realise that the current labels are not using the localization functionality, I have changed this in the code and it will be release with v4.11 I am currently working on.

    Thread Starter mholkamp

    (@mholkamp)

    If you are able to maintain the translation, we can suggest your name as PTE so you can accept translations.

    No problem. I will finish the dutch translation on wordpress.ord and will be happy to maintain it.

    these are inserted as data attributes in the HTML itself, you can change them there.

    I found it. Easy done 😉

    Plugin Author Aurovrata Venet

    (@aurovrata)

    You may want to see this tutorial on toggles, there is quite a lot that can be done with them.

    Thread Starter mholkamp

    (@mholkamp)

    Thanks for your great support!!!

    Plugin Author Aurovrata Venet

    (@aurovrata)

    ur wc 🙂

    PS: once you have finished the translation on wp.org you can request to get elevated to PTE for the plugin, I can also put in a word on the #slack forum if need be

    Thread Starter mholkamp

    (@mholkamp)

    Translation Stable version: Check
    Translation Stable Readme :Check
    Translation Dev: in progress
    Translation Dev readme: in progress
    PTE request: Check

    Hi @mholkamp
    I have had a look at your translation suggestions. They do not follow our guidelines and glossary. For instance the usage of capitals is incinsistent. Also the translation of slide is not “knop”
    I would advice you to check the glossary and revise your suggestions.
    If you have questions, you can contact me on slack @psmits1567

    Plugin Author Aurovrata Venet

    (@aurovrata)

    Hey @psmits1567 thanks for taking a look at @mholkamp translations, I have been encouraging him to complete the nl locale translation for this plugin and to get the PTE access in order to continue to maintain it for future version.

    @mholkamp please note that WP makes concerted efforts to keep common words translation consistent across the platform by maintaining a glossary of these words. The nl local glossary can be access from any plugin translation page (top right corner).

    Also the translation of slide is not “knop”

    @psmits1567 looking at the glossary, the word ‘slide’ in not included, but ‘slider’ is and is the same word in the translation. So I assume ‘slide’ can be used as is in the nl translation?

    Hi @aurovrata

    If the verb slider is in the original, then it stays as slider in the nl translation.
    My apologies for indicating the wrong verb.
    I corrected the line with “knop”, so it meets the glossary.
    Hope this helps you

    Thread Starter mholkamp

    (@mholkamp)

    @psmits1567 and @aurovrata thanks for the possitive feedback.
    I will digg in to it this weekend and make the translation regulation compatibel.

    Keep you posted!

    Plugin Author Aurovrata Venet

    (@aurovrata)

    thank you for the prompt reply @psmits1567

    My apologies for indicating the wrong verb.

    no issues, I guess this is a case of lost in translation 🙂

    However, the word ‘slide’ is used only as a noun in the plugin.

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