Support » Plugin: The Events Calendar Shortcode » Where is this translated?

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  • Plugin Author Brian Hogg

    (@brianhogg)

    Try looking under the Translate This Plugin link:

    https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/the-events-calendar-shortcode

    This is the best place to add translations or changes. Once they are 100% and approved by the translation team they could be included in the plugin.

    Thanks Brian, I know this place and already downloaded the Dutch .po file.

    But when i search for the string “Evenement Categorie:”, it just can’t be found.
    That rose the assumption that it might have been translated somewhere else.

    Plugin Author Brian Hogg

    (@brianhogg)

    Actually looking at the screenshot this looks like it is from The Events Calendar plugin not this shortcode plugin. Check there 🙂

    Uhmmm, i think you’re quite right 😉
    Thanks anyways!

    lfreitas

    (@lfreitas)

    Hi, Brian.

    I’m interested in helping translating to my native language but in the “Translate this plugin” page I get the message:

    This plugin is not properly prepared for localization. If you would like to translate this plugin, please contact the author.

    Is there a plan to make the plugin translatable?

    Plugin Author Brian Hogg

    (@brianhogg)

    Hello!

    There’s not really any text to translate, as there’s no interface for adding the shortcode currently. The only string in the output is “View All Events” which should be translated by The Events Calendar plugin (by Modern Tribe).

    Was there another string I’m missing that you were looking to translate?

    lfreitas

    (@lfreitas)

    Hum, yeah, maybe there isn’t… I just followed the link and thought it would be useful.

    Plugin Author Brian Hogg

    (@brianhogg)

    Appreciate the offer to translate! I’m thinking to add a UI of some kind to build the shortcode, at which point there would definitely be something translatable.

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