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  • Hi Lindebjerg!

    I have no technical problems with the .pot files, I just prefer to translate with access to the source files.

    I use the same date setting. Thank you for working on it.

    If I have to, I can use the .pot file, but I always prefer to update from the source files themselves. It is often difficult or rightout impossible to translate without knowing exactly where and how the string is supposed to be used. Even if the developers document the i18n functions very carefully using _x(), it is difficult to know all the problems that arise when translating to another language. 🙂

    Thank you for your hard work!

    The proper file name is genesis-author-pro-xx_YY.mo where xx is the language and _YY an (sometimes optional) country code. The language must match the language chosen in the WordPress settings. The file must reside in the languages folder under genesis-author-pro on the server. Make sure that proper permissions are set for the file. This works for me (with da_DK, because I am a Dane living in Denmark).

    Does this help?

    Thread Starter Georg

    (@georgwp)

    Hi, Yannick!

    Thank you for looking at this issue. A visitor, who is not a registrered user, complained about this problem. I do not know which browser she used.

    It is from the production site, and it used to work just fine, also for me.

    Now I did some more testing. The problem, it seems, occurs in the most recent versions of Firefox, IE, and Chrome, but only when logged in. As soon as I log out, the links start to appear correctly when I click on the category names.

    Firefox and Chrome have a lot of extensions, but not IE, så I guess that these extensions are not the culprit?

    Perhaps the the WP frontend toolbar that is shown when logged in is the culprit? I tried to deactivate it, but to no avail.

    Does this give you any clue?

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [WPtouch] poEdit error
    Thread Starter Georg

    (@georgwp)

    I do not have access to my poEdit right now, but here is what I recall. As I wrote, the culprit is in single.php line 26: the string is “% Comments”.

    1. Open the po file
    2. Define the plural forms (although this is not the problem in this case
    3. Define language as Danish (although I doubt this makes any difference
    4. Make sure that poEdit is set up to automatically generate .mo file when saving in Options > Editor (or Editing or something like that – I can’t see the English menu title)
    5. Search for the string “% Comments”
    6. Translate it to “% kommentarer”
    7. Save the file
    8. Now you see the error message I quoted in the initial message above

    A proper solution would be to change the source to “%d comments”, which means that the variable will be treated as an integer (which it is) and presented as a decimal number, signed if need be (which of course is not relevant here). See http://php.net/sprintf.

    When poEdit parses “% kommentarer” in the Danish translation, it correctly objects that ‘k’ is not a valid conversion specifier. The space is ignored. Therefore, don’t use ‘%’ as a variable/conversion specifier, but use ‘%d’, ‘%s’ or one of the other valid specifiers.

    Hope this makes it more clear.

    Thank you, and a merry Christmas and a happy new year.

    Georg

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [WPtouch] poEdit error
    Thread Starter Georg

    (@georgwp)

    Hi,

    You can’t even save the .po file if you add the translation. Translate – or copy the original with Ctrl-B – ans then try to save the .po file having poEdit generate the .mo file automatically.

    Best regards,

    Georg

    Thread Starter Georg

    (@georgwp)

    Very nice plugin – and even with a Danish translation from the outset for version 2! 😉

    The Danish translation must be renamed in order for it to work. Replace the hyphen in the domain name with an underscore: The correct file name is gsa_textdomain-da_DK.mo.

    I will look into the translation of gravatar.com shortly, but does this apply to the new version 2 of your plugin as well?

    Georg

    (@georgwp)

    And please contact me on my contact page: Kontakt

    Perhaps this is the same problem? It happens even if the window has not been resized. Just coming back from another tab or window is enough. This happens not only in Firefox. Using WP 3.0.

    Thread Starter Georg

    (@georgwp)

    Version 2.5 has fixed this (and added many new features).

    I am translating the new strings in 1.7.1. What exactly does “resetting” mean? If you reset a counter, it is set to zero.

    Is post_date really being reset or it is being updated?

    Thread Starter Georg

    (@georgwp)

    Thank you, sayontan. I assumed this was the case. It’s nice that you provide an alternative download. By the way, I am amazed how much good work you has put into your theme!

    PS: Although there is a problem now, I must say that wordpress.org is a very stable site and problems such as this one are rare.

    Sorry, I missed your question two months ago.

    The division by zero error occurs when you have entered no number in the options for the number of columns. I will change that in the next version.

    To fix it, go into the Options and enter a number in the “Number of columns in the thumbnail index” box.

    Thread Starter Georg

    (@georgwp)

    This issue remains in 1.1.3.

    It is not possible to change this small bit of code? Or am I wrong???

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