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[Resolved] Translation to French

  • Hi!
    After using a localization plugin to add the French translation, the following warning showed up.

    Warning: The actual loaded translation content contains mixed textdomains and is not pure translateable within one textdomain.
    It seems, that there is code contained extracted out of other plugins, themes or widgets and used by copy & paste inside some source files.
    The affected unknown textdomains are: debug page, category shortcode, add fee, Used for decimal separation: (The dot in 1,000.00).

    Is there a way I can solve these problems?



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  • P.S.
    The following was also noted when opening the localization plugin.

    Malfunction at 3rd party Plugin detected!
    Name: Another WordPress Classifieds Plugin (AWPCP) | Author: D. Rodenbaugh
    Below listed scripts has been automatically stripped because of injection:

    Does anyone know what this all means.

    Thanks again!!

    Plugin Author awpcp


    Hi Stacey,

    If you’re using QTranslate or WPML, AWPCP doesn’t support them right now. We support using a translation file, which you can learn about here: http://www.awpcp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=7

    Any other methods probably won’t work with AWPCP, which explains the errors above.

    I have one more question if you don’t mind. I’m not using WPML or QTranslate. I am using CodeStyling Localization.

    In the meantime I went to your link and found the below files* for translation to french. The part I’m having trouble with is, “You just need to place them in you AWPCP folder in wp-content/plugins” I went to my cpanel, found the AWPCP plugin folder which has many sub folders, one being language. Was successful at dropping in the mo file, and although I see it in the list, I’m not sure where to put the po file.
    I’m very new to this and don’t wan’t to crash my site by messing around too much. Need a little direction on where exactly to put the po file.

    Thanks again and love the plugin!

    PS My wp config is set to fr_Fr and working!

    *Here are the 2 files AWPCP-fr_FR.po and AWPCP-fr_FR.mo. You just need to place them in your AWPCP folder in wp-content/plugins. Be sure your wp-config.php is correctly set with

    Plugin Author awpcp


    The French files you found on the forum may not be 100% up to date–we aren’t maintaining those, they were done by other developers.

    In addition to uploading the file, did you follow all the steps outlined by this person here: http://www.awpcp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1984

    I have a problem. i use AWPCP but i can’t translate in French. I am looking for 2 files AWPCP-fr_FR.po and AWPCP-fr_FR.mo. I need your help please

    I was unable to find the translated file myself and was having too many difficulties with using poedit that I decided to drop AWPCP and went with Formidable Forms Pro. I still think that AWPCP would be a better option, and I’ll keep an eye out for a translated version, but for now I will use the create custom post option in Formidable.
    Good Luck!


    Where i can find Formidable Pro?

    Plugin Author awpcp


    For a French translation, I would suggest contacting the user Kaliceos on my forum here: http://forum.awpcp.com.

    He did the French translation posted on the forum and may have a more up-to-date version.

    Wrote to him already, see below. @souleymane formidablepro.com

    If anyone else reads this and has a French Translation for AWPCP…. please share! Thanks

    Sent: Sat Apr 06, 2013 11:12 am
    From: Kaliceos
    To: sdep
    Sorry for being so late but I don’t have the files on my computer since I don’t use AWPCP anymore.
    It looks like you are not the only one requesting for a french translation in the thread, maybe someone made an up-to-date version, mine was very old. You should ask in the thread I guess.

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