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Activity Header not translated

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    RaphaelJeger
    Participant

    @raphaeljeger

    Hi

    I’ve just updated from a real old version of WP 3.1 to WP 3.4.2 and from BP 1.2.8 to BP 1.6.1

    So far everything is fine, however:

    My community is in german and english. Before updating, when I switched to german and posted an activity update, there was written “Slople hat ein Update gepostet” which means “Slople posted an update”.
    Now, after updating, the activity-header is always in english – everything else is german, buttons, links, everything ok…

    What did I forget?

    Thanks for your help
    Raphael

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    RaphaelJeger
    Participant

    @raphaeljeger

    I just saw that part of the title is in fact translated, in german it writes:

    “Raphael just posted an update vor 5 Sekunden” (so the timestamp is in fact translated)…

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    Paul Gibbs
    Keymaster

    @djpaul

    Did you update your translation file (.mo) for the latest version of BuddyPress?

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    RaphaelJeger
    Participant

    @raphaeljeger

    Hey Paul

    thanks for your fast reply!
    I thought so, yes, but aparently it wasn’t… it seems to work for now, however I was surprised to see that “German” has only about 50% of completion… will have too look how I can help with that.

    Thanks
    Raphael

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    RaphaelJeger
    Participant

    @raphaeljeger

    Paul

    if I already have you in that topic :)

    Does the message-header always appear in the language in which the person writing it has been or is it possible to have them translated to the viewers language?
    In my case, I see f.e. “hans ist jetzt ein Mitglied” for a german person and “john is now a member” for an english person which is not so nice – me as a german visitor would like to have those titles always translated to MY language.
    I don’t know if it’s intended to work this way or if I just did (another) mistake :)

    Thank you
    Raphael

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    Paul Gibbs
    Keymaster

    @djpaul

    The activity header message is saved to the database in the language that the site is using, when the activity was made.

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    RaphaelJeger
    Participant

    @raphaeljeger

    So no chance to get that translated to the users language? Or is there a plugin or something? Or any ideas on how to write one? I think that’d be much better the other way…

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    Paul Gibbs
    Keymaster

    @djpaul

    Nope, it’s hardcoded into the database right now. Sorry.

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