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Yes language definition 02.09.2015 12:45

Hi, I'm using LM 1.2.5 on Joomla 3.4.3
I've downloaded the italian translation, then put lang files where they belong, after converting them to UTF-8 and verifyied everything was correctly translated and working.
All was ok, but I realized that in some way, YES (on admin buttons) was not translated, despite being already defined by
LM_YES="Si"
and
CB_YES="Si"
in it-IT.com_listmanager.ini and it-IT.com_listmanager.sys.ini in the admin/lang directory.
I've check in administrator\components\com_listmanager\views\listing\tmpl\edit.php and Yes is actually defined here:
echo JText::_('YES')

So, I've added
YES="Si"
to the .ini files
Result: language reverts to english .ini
Have you got any idea to solve this thing?
Well, actually putting things like this
echo JText::_('SI')
would solve, but I don't think it's a future-proof solution...
Please, help me as soon as possible

Re: Yes language definition 02.09.2015 17:38

Hi,
actually, there is a typo at our code. Where it says:

JText::_('YES')


it should say instead


JText::_('LM_YES')


so you will see your translated string showing in that place. You can not add the key 'YES' to a language file because it's a reserved word for the Joomla language system. We'll correct for next version, so in the meantime you can change that code above on your installation.


Regards
Moonsoft Team
www.moonsoft.es

Re: Yes language definition 02.09.2015 19:54

Thanks, there is another definition I cannot find anywhere:

1 "Clean" button under Manage data record
2 "Apply" and "Clear" on filter module, they aren't on mod_listmanagerfilter.ini, and I'm unable to find them on module files

and maybe others I don't remember, but I'll let you know in this thread in case, please answer as soon as possible regarding this three, especially the module ones.

Edited by teddy - 02.09.2015 20:11

Re: Yes language definition 03.09.2015 10:47

Hi,
if you have downloaded a translation for an older version you may find some terms missing, because they have been added afterwards. You will find the full list of terms at the en-GB files of the latest version, you can translate that one, or include the new terms at your actual translation, all those keys are present at


administrator\language\en-GB\en-GB.com_listmanager.ini


for backend texts and


language\en-GB\en-GB.mod_listmanager.ini
language\en-GB\en-GB.mod_listmanagerfilter.ini


for the frontend filter module

Regards
Moonsoft Team
www.moonsoft.es

Re: Yes language definition 04.09.2015 20:40

Thanks for 1. found it.
But 2. is impossible, I've made a text search on local and those Apply and Clear are nowhere to be found.
Would you please check where exactly they are?
Thanks

Re: Yes language definition 07.09.2015 09:43

Hi,

'Apply' and 'Clear' module filter traslations:

LM_FILTER_APPLY_MOD="Apply"
LM_DISABLE_FILTER_MOD="Clear"

are located at language\en-GB\en-GB.mod_listmanager.ini or
language\en-GB\en-GB.com_listmanager.ini if you're using component/menu view.


Regards,
Moonsoft Team
www.moonsoft.es
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