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The only solution as far as I know is to edit the DB via PHPMyAdmin (or something similar).
I’ve also seen one more problem with the way BuddyPress stores the activity. If you edit, let’s say, a comment just after you’ve written it, it will show up as two comments in the same DB table, and thus show up two times in the wire widget. And three times if you edit it three times…
I think it should be possible to edit the DB instead of inserting the same information several times.
Yes, that is right.
The only thing left in the bbpress table bb_posts is the code and /code in < and > brackets.
You could have a look at this -> https://trac.buddypress.org/browser/trunk/bp-forums/installation-readme.txt
The WordPress MU language file should be in
/wp-includes/languages/and you can change the language in your admin section of your wpmu install.
The BuddyPress language file (buddypress-xx_XX.mo) should be in
/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bb-languages/the xx_XX should be the same as on the file in
/wp-includes/languages/since BP gets the language setting from WPMU…
You don\’t have to edit anything in your wp-config.php file!
All of this is for WordPress MU 2.7.1 and BuddyPress 1.0. I don’t know how it is with older versions…
AFAIK, you have to use the same language in WPMU as in BuddyPress. BuddyPress gets the language setting from WPMU. There is some info about the greek WPMU translation here, but I don’t read greek, so it’s not necessarily the info you need
But you’ve named the file(s) right, you only need the .mo file in your
So basically you need to use the same language in WPMU that you want to use in BP. So get the greek WPMU translation, upload it to you WPMU install, and change the language in you admin section…
Ahhh, I found the error…
Some of the things I\’ve done on my installation was done before I translated and uploaded the .mo file.
When you do an activity, let\’s say you write on a group wire. The whole thing including the text wrote on the wire of the group is stored in the DB (in the table
wp_bp_activity_sitewide), and thus if you change the language that will not change…
But when you do something new, then the correct language is shown (and stored in the DB).
So changing the language after you\’ve done something in your BuddyPress install is not a good idea
Yea, I know. It _should_ work. But noooo
It’s probably an easy answer to it. I just don’t see it…
Hope someone can give me some hints on what’s causing this. Thanks for your suggestions DJPaul and Arturo!
Yes, that’s the one, and 1019, 1043 in the same file and everywhere there is
sprintf ( __(.......
And yes, it’s the .pot from the 1.0 zip.