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  • Resolved Andrius M.

    (@italpasta)


    Hi, is there a way to translate the plugin?
    Also, is there an option to change the event link (when multiple upcoming/past events are displayed) to link to a Facebook event page instead of an imported page in WP

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  • Plugin Author Xylus Themes

    (@xylus)

    Hello @italpasta,

    Thanks for reaching out to us.

    Date and Time are auto translate as per site language.so change your WordPress language to convert (date ,month).
    Please check link for Language settings
    How to change language.
    but for venue and other details you need translation plugin.you can choose among free plugins like Polylang or qTranslate X both are great.

    Also, is there an option to change the event link (when multiple upcoming/past events are displayed) to link to a Facebook event page instead of an imported page in WP
    =>No,Currently this type of option is not available in our plugin.

    Let us know if you have any another question.
    Thanks

    Hi, I have month still in english.
    http://www.lidovakultura.cz/ (scroll down on homepage)

    And in Czech we dont use pm/am, we have 24hour time.

    Hello @vitaj,

    You can not edit time – time format from admin so you have to modify template for change time from 10:00 PM to 22:00. You can modify template “wp-content\plugins\xt-facebook-events\includes\class-xt-facebook-events-facebook.php”. you can set time format as you want on 169 to177 line.

    Date and Time are auto translate as per site language.so change your WordPress language to convert (date ,month).

    Please check link for Language settings
    How to change language.

    or above settings still not working then you can translate using .pot file then You can download .po from here (https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/xt-facebook-events/stable) which partially translated in your language.using this .po file you will be able to translate strings from Loco Translate.

    Let us know if you have any other doubts or difficulties.
    Thanks

    $event_date = $start_date->format('j F (G:i)');
    
    			if( 'widget' == $shortcode_type ){
    				if( $is_display_enddate ){
    					if( $start_date->format('Y-m-d G:i') != $end_date->format('Y-m-d G:i') ){
    						if( $start_date->format('Y-m-d') == $end_date->format('Y-m-d') ){
    							$event_date = $start_date->format('j F') .' ('. $start_date->format('G:i') . ' - '. $end_date->format('G:i') .')';
    						} else {
    							$event_date = $start_date->format('j F (G:i)') . ' - ' . $end_date->format('j F (G:i)' );
    						}
    					}
    				}

    … Nothing happend… maybe browser cache.

    I translated this plugin to Czech, but it is not possible to translate for example “April” to “Duben”(…in czech lang).

    I checked site language and its “Čeština”

    Hi! I have the same problem with localisation. I have checked wordpress settings to be set on necessary russian locale, and also i’ve set php locale to russian too. I have checked if php locale has changed and it is. I see strftime function returns russian names of month, and set_locale also shows me ru_RU. But the pugin still shows the dates in english.

    I can even give you an access to my site admin page, so you can see what happends.

    Also, I’ve translated your plugin admin page in russian on it’s localisation page on worgpress.org

    I think it’s important to solve this problem of localisation for all of the people who wants to use your work!

    Thank you!

    Plugin Author Xylus Themes

    (@xylus)

    Hello @moskovski,

    Thanks for your effort on translating our plugin. can you please provide your website URL so we can check and solve the issue for you.

    Also, better if you can email us at support@xylusinfo.com for sharing your website details. just mention this thread URL into it.

    Thanks

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