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TOPIC: Language option?

Language option? 1 year 1 month ago #261

  • Sven-Erik Larsson
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Hi!

I wonder if there's an language option to switch from english to another, my site is both on Swedish and English through manual selection in-between as it allows for people both Swedes and English-spoken to use the site. So I need the Events extension to act the same, so I've copied the english language file to manually translate it Swedish - but I have yet to know how to apply it as the Configuration section doesn't show, or disregarding, that option.
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Language option? 1 year 1 month ago #262

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You don't want to do anything in our configuration and just create a Swedish Language pack as per our guidelines in yendif.com/joomla/events/language-packs.html and upload it to your site using the standard Joomla installer. Now, when you switch from English to Swedish or to any other language, Joomla will automatically read language files related to the selected language and also you will get the Events in the same language the site uses.

And, when you create Categories, Booking fields or Venues, You must select the language the current item belongs to using the 'Select Language' list box available in the form you're working in.
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Language option? 11 months 2 weeks ago #360

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Could you tell me how can I get national signs in translated files?
Polish has few of them: ą, ś, ć.

Thanks
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Language option? 11 months 2 weeks ago #363

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@ Janusz Kaźmierczak,

You just need to save the INI file as UTF-8 without BOM encoding to get the added signs.
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Language option? 11 months 2 weeks ago #364

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I saved the INI files without BOM using Notepad++.
ZIPped to archive, installed with Joomla extension manager, but there was no difference.
What else should I do?

Thanks for help
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Language option? 11 months 2 weeks ago #365

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Strange, this should work. Kindly mail me your Joomla admin & Server FTP access details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. So, we can check this.
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