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I’ve updated the files as I found a small error (no space before “medlemmar”).
JJJ: Let me know if you need any more feedback. I’m too overworked right now to be able to muck about with actual code but I’m more than happy to help out with any testing.
Also make sure that you read through the entire thread Trent started because there’s a lot of useful stuff buried in the following posts.
Sorry, I’m done.
I just forgot to upload it. Will do asap.
Ok, uploaded to my server. Codex page here: https://codex.buddypress.org/translations/swedish-svenska-sv_se/
Let me know if there are any errors. I’m sure I missed something.
No offense but the “fix” for this bug is not acceptable. “a few international characters not working” /is/ a big deal to the rest of the world.
The characters show up fine in Buddypress no matter where I post the text; BB or BP.
The characters show up fine in BP and wrong in BB if I post the text in BP.
There has to be another way around this.
I just noticed that you also need to respect the regional settings when it comes to dates and times.
Any plans on localizing this? I don’t mind translating but I *do* mind doing it everytime you release a new version.
Well, looking at the CSS in IE8’s developer tool it seems as if some CSS with a 0.9em font-size setting is inherited over and over which is probably why it keeps decreasing.
I’m not well-versed enough in BP’s CSS but I think the culprit is the “Activity” class, as Burt hinted to. The class “Small” might be a problem as well. I’m just guessing though as I can’t reproduce the error on my setup.
I’m having completely different problems though. See this screenshot for the totally screwed up CSS: http://www.mocol.nu/uploaded_images/bp_group_forum_css_error.png
It’s in swedish but as you might be able to figure out the admin bar is lodged in there with some of the drop down menus.
So, if anyone manages to fix the CSS, let me know and I’ll gladly test it out.
Agree with slaffik about wire posts though. To me the wire isn’t meant to be anything but a “tweet” of sorts where information is short lived an mostly irrelevant.
Otherwise very interesting indeed!
@Vladeta: If you follow all the instructions in Trents thread then it will work.
I had problems as well until I did /exactly/ what the thread told me to do.
Just make sure you read the entire thread as the first post lacks some information.
Great! Now we just need to get users to look there as well.
Read the sticky by Trent on how to do this but read the entire thread as the first post hsan’t got all the answers.
I manually opened the wp-config.php file and copied the salts to the bb-config.php file, changing the names of the variables in the process.
If you are a complete beginner to WordPress then you need to head on over to their documentation for a beginner crash course as it’s more or less impossible to guide you through it all.
Try your luck here for a starter: https://codex.wordpress.org/New_To_WordPress_-_Where_to_Start
Andy wrote: “You may find some activity stream items around blog posts will take some time to re-cache and update properly. Give it a few days.”
I’ve waited a couple of days now and no old blog posts show up in my site wide activity widget, only new blog posts and other activities.
Should I wait longer or give an update to the latest trunk a shot?
I’m seeing quite a few questions about this popping up lately. I’m no fan of an abundance of stickies but perhaps this one deserves a spot in the limelight?
Or should we trey and start some sort of FAQ thread (and, in the process, figure out a way to stop it from becoming completely unwieldy)?
No worries, it’s always better to ask and learn than to be silent and stay uneducated.
And yes, you need to look at a members profile in order to see the BuddyPress member theme.
The individual blogs are not managed by BuddyPress but by WordPress MU and because of that the themes are standard WordPress themes.
Just to clarify: the member theme is the theme you see here: http://testbp.org/members/zlovred/
It’s not meant to be used on individual blogs.
Guys, I understand that using your mother tongue is a lot easier when explaining a solution to a problem but the solution is of no use to those of us that doesn’t speak italian.
So, please, use english so that all of us can benefit from the thread.
I can’t reproduce it. Can you give a more precis example of a widget that does this?
Well, you can always post a feature request in the trac.
Have you checked this thread: https://buddypress.org/forums/topic.php?id=1223 ?
Ok, then I don’t know what could cause this.
I’ll see how my site reacts when I upload the new translation some time tomorrow.
I had an issue with widgets when I first translated BP to Swedish.
Try this: after you upload your translation file go into the admin panel and remove all widgets from the site.
After this, re-add them the same way as they were before.
Andy mentioned that WordPress registers widgets in a “wierd” way that translation can screw up.