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Using mo/po files to change terminology

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  • Stas Su?cov


    Hey, thanks.
    Yes! Courseware should be fully aware of the changes you make in `languages/` files.

    Then I am doing something wrong! My language is set to en_EN, I have the two files and en_EN-bpsp.po in the languages subdirectory, but nothing changes. Do I need to change anything else, especially in courseware-php?

    * i18n
    function bpsp_textdomain() {
    load_plugin_textdomain( ‘bpsp’, false, basename( BPSP_PLUGIN_DIR ) . ‘/i18n’ );
    add_action( ‘init’, ‘bpsp_textdomain’ );`

    Stas Su?cov


    Oops, I think I missed something.
    Can you please edit the `i18n` into `languages`.


    Done, and didn’t help. Can/Should I try something else?

    Stas Su?cov


    Ok, again my bad, the name of the `.po/mo` files should be like this:

    Rediscovered it here:



    Hello Stas, this is a great idea, I’m working in a e.learning project And everythin is running well except for the spanish translation, I have done everythin that is in the forums and is not working, still on english. Do you have some place where one can folow instructions for that. I’m tired to look in every forum that talks about this and there is many different info, some of them talks about i18n directory, but there is other where they just talk about put .mo/po files on languages directory. If I uninstall and install again it coul work? And I dont’t loose the information about courses in this process? As you know I been tryng to setup this an I can’t find any solution and it looks that is possible. Please give some link with the oficial instructions for that.

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