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Translation and path errors in backend @DJPaul

  • danbpfr


    Hi DJPaul,

    here i am with a discussion you proposed here:

    A missing translation has nothing to do with misconfigurtion i think. And the indicated words are not translated.

    The variable %2$s shows a wrong path, but shows something. And despite of what is written, my template is coming from the right place.

    Go to view yourself and explain me what could be wrong. I’m very interested ! ;-)

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  • Hi

    I’ll check this out after work.

    The text “The default theme for BuddyPress” cannot be translated as it is in a .css file. As only the site administrator will see that text when they activate the theme, is it a big issue? The other text here is part of WordPress.

    The wrong path thing is more interesting and there are some other forum posts here with that problem. I don’t know when I will get time to look into it so maybe someone else can help.



    Thxs !

    no it’s not a big issue, just a important little detail as any other usability indication – not all site admin read and understand correctly english warnings or message. But you’re right, it’s not a big issue.

    I hope you find the time to take a look for the variable problem.

    If you know about css problems, i also have trouble with the flyout part of the ‘MyBlog’ menu (is not appearing)

    Cheers !



    flyout menu problem is solved.

    Was a f… folder permission…argh…

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