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Tagged: 0.7.6.3, cMap, translation
- This topic has 5 replies, 2 voices, and was last updated 10 years, 1 month ago by Steven Zahm.
04/05/2013 at 3:31 am #256060aryienneGuest
The backend translation works fine (although the spanish translation needs some changes, just so you know), but somehow the frontend translation is not working, everything is in english.
Don’t know if we are missing some config, but I don’t see a language in the cMap shortcodes, or in the Connections configuration.
Running cMap 2.0.10 in connections 0.7.3.104/05/2013 at 8:00 am #256066
Unfortunately I can not speak or write Spanish so the translation was provided by another user. If you’re able to provide a corrected and updated PO file I will be more than happy to include it with Connections.
I see you’re running older versions of both Connections and cMap. I’m guessing that might be for a specific reason? Running Connections 0.7.6.3 and cMap 3.0.1 resolves this. If you need to stay on the versions you have there is another solution. See this FAQ: How do I use the str_***** shortcode options? Here’s a list of all the options you can use to translate the template that are found here:
str_select_all=’Show All Categories’
str_image=’No Logo Available’
str_tray_image=’No Photo Available’
str_visit_website=’Visit Website’04/09/2013 at 11:13 am #256394aryienneGuest
Thank you, Steven, I had found the shortcode solutions.
We have no real reason for not upgrading. I suppose the plugin upgrade is the usual one, how do we upgrade cMap template?04/09/2013 at 12:15 pm #256401
Yes, upgrading Connections is standard, just click the upgrade now button. The updated cMap can be downloaded from your Purchase History. There are specific upgrade instructions that need to be done when upgrading from an older version of cMap to the new version. The summary is you have to delete the current version and install the update as a plugin, not as a template. After it is installed as a plugin, it will then show up on the templates page for activation.04/10/2013 at 5:51 am #256471aryienneGuest
Correct, it is working perfectly now. The “show bio” and “hide bio” texts, and some others, are not translated in the .po, but the shortcode solution worked fine here.
Congrats in your change to templates as plugins, it is a great idea and fits into WordPress nicely.04/10/2013 at 7:48 am #256479
Great to hear. Yes, now that I think of it there would be a few strings not covered by the.po file. Apologies for that mis-information.
Coincidentally, another user is fixing up the Spanish translation. When they’re finished I’ll push out an update with it.
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