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Need help changing language to Danish

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  • danbp
    Moderator

    @danbp

    Have you tried with a wordpress default theme like Twenty Sixteen ?

    Is buddypress-dk_DK.mo unique and in the right directory wp-content/languages/plugins/ ?

    Do you have other plugins which are not translated ?


    travisrcampbell
    Participant

    @travisrcampbell

    Thanks for that. I was indeed missing the mo/po files – maybe they aren’t automatically installed unless the translations are 100% complete?

    Anyway, I downloaded them from https://translate.wordpress.org/locale/da/default/wp-plugins/buddypress and uploaded to the directory you mentioned and it works now.


    danbp
    Moderator

    @danbp

    Glad you got it. And you’re right. Translation is not installed when it is not completed to 100%. It is also not automatically updated when uncomplete.

    To avoid translation interuption: keep a copy of the one you currently use in a safe place outside of the language folder.

    Note also that most of the new strings coming with BP are in the backend. Unless there is a new feature, strings for frontend are rarely modified.

    Best is to always use your own copy or at least, to follow and/or participate to your language translation – and to get in touch with your language editor as soon as you have a lot of waiting strings announced.

    Danish has no editor and was last updated 7 mounth ago. If interested to improve this, please read here.

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