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Postby motocasey » Wed Jun 03, 2009 12:58 pm

Hello all,

I'm new to Jevents (great component!) and i downloaded the Dutch translation files. I copied them into the folders of the components, but here comes my question/problem: how do i activate them/configure Jevents to use them....?

Any help is appreciated.

Kind regards
Cees
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Postby wortex » Wed Jun 03, 2009 2:54 pm

Well, i just translated the Brazilian version to a Portuguese one, and i dont know how to activate the language. I uploaded the Portuguese version, and actualy delected the original one. Still all in English.

Can i make a sujestion to this components developers?????????
How about a option on the admin configuration to select the language that we want.
You are constantly asking for translators for your component, and did not make a simple dropdown in configuration to select any language, and apply it??????
Come on, you guys did the most dificult, created the component, ask for developers and don´t give a crap for helping who wants to use it!!!!

I see in this forum lots of problems concerning the language issues, and dont see any suport.

I MAKE THIS QUESTION ONE MORE TIME.... HOW THE HELL DO WE APPLY A DIFERENT LANGUAGE ?
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Postby Geraint » Wed Jun 03, 2009 2:56 pm

This answer is to the polite question from motocasey - not the rude one of wortex.

motocasey wrote: I copied them into the folders of the components,


They should be in the Joomla language folders

In general the language packs should be installable using the Joomla language installer.
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Postby motocasey » Wed Jun 03, 2009 3:05 pm

Thanks for the answer to the polite question ;-)
However, there is no xml file in the zip, so the installer doesn't work.
Therefore, i copied the two language files from the zip to the folders.
There is also a German version, but, as mentioned less politely before, there is no way to select another language.

Maybe it is possible to put the Dutch text in the en-GB language file and fake the system, but that doesn't look like the right way...

UPDATE: sorry for the inconvenience, copied them to the wrong folder.....
(as i said, i am new ...)
Thanks anyway for your help!
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Postby Geraint » Wed Jun 03, 2009 4:12 pm

If you want to change languages then you will need a component called Joomfish which will allow you to create a multi-lingual website.

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