• Resolved acbardou

    (@acbardou)



    Hi,

    you informed us (non-english users) that we needed to change the name of the .po and .mo files.
    Could you please describe precisely here the whole process ?

    Thank you !

    Anne-Constance

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  • Plugin Author Rafsun Chowdhury

    (@rafsuntaskin)

    If you were using a language file named wpuf-es_ES.po then you need it rename it to wp-user-frontend-es_ES.

    **You need to change it only if you are using your own language file which is not located within the plugin folder.

    Thanks

    Hi ! Thank’s for your answer !

    I’m using loco translate and my website is in French. So the translation folder is in /www/wp-content/languages/loco/plugins .
    Do I have to rename it from wpuf-fr_FR.po to wp-user-frontend-fr_FR ?

    @acbardou

    I am also using Loco Translate. A great plugin.

    00. Make a backup of your database and then make a backup of your languages files located in:
    /wp-content/languages/

    01. Through FTP modify the names of your files:
    wpuf-fr_FR.mo
    wpuf-fr_FR.po
    to:
    wp-user-frontend-fr_FR.mo
    wp-user-frontend-fr_FR.po

    02. Visit:
    wp-admin/admin.php?bundle=wp-user-frontend%2Fwpuf.php&page=loco-plugin&action=view

    03. Plugins / WP User Frontend / Advanced configuration
    Put In:
    Text domain: wp-user-frontend
    File prefix: wp-user-frontend
    Template File: languages/wp-user-frontend.pot

    04. Click on Edit
    Edit | View | Copy | Info | Delete
    (options below your language):

    05. Click on Sync

    06. Click on Save

    If done like me, you will not loose any translations that you allready done.

    Regards,

    Thank you @anticosti, that’s exactly what I needed and it worked.
    I’m sure this will help a lot others too !

    Regards,

    @acbardou Glad I could give back and help 😉

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