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The add Spot form 5 years 3 months ago #16708

  • Amel Saif
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Hello

In the add spot for the backend not all the labels are translated .. I have changed the language file but some of the labels are still shown in English




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Re: The add Spot form 5 years 3 months ago #16711

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Hey Amel,
The translation is handled in the language files. It seems that not all strings for your language are translated. You can have a look here for existing translations:
opentranslators.transifex.com/projects/p/compojoom-hotspots/

and if you want to become a translator then please join opentranslators on transifex and help with the translations :)

Here a little bit more info:
compojoom.com/about/blog/entry/translate...with-opentranslators

Kind regards,
Daniel

Re: The add Spot form 5 years 3 months ago #16725

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Thank you for the translation

but my problem has not been fixed yet.
I am using Joomla 2.5

I have attached the Arabic Translation for the frontend so you can take a look.

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File Name: ar-AA.com_hotspots.ini.zip
File Size: 3 KB


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Re: The add Spot form 5 years 3 months ago #16727

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The language file that you've attached is only for the frontend. Look in
administrator/language for the non-tranlated strings.

The frontend + backend language files are automatically merged when the application loads - this way we don't have to add the same strings to frontend and backend, but can have them in one place.

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Daniel
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