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Joomla Extension MyBlog Language Problem

Posted on 2009-05-15
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Hi,

we are using MyBlog extension with one of our new joomla project. The language files do not contain all the necessary texts to have a full localised application. Especially some dashboard texts. It is very bad that the users will see some localised and some english text together. Probably the code should be edited to have a complete language localisation. Actually this is what they say on the web site of this extension.

I would like to know which files should be edited to change all english texts users will see at the frontend.

Thanks a lot
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Luis Carlos Clara Fernandes earned 500 total points
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Hello,

Take a look in joomlaroot/languages/YOURLANGUAGE/, you will find some files related to myblog component, mondules and plugins.

EX: com_myblog...ini
      mod_myblog..ini
      plug_myblog....ini

You have to search in this files non translated text. I think myblog contains all variable and you will find your text.

But if you don't find the text and you are sure about the file you are editing, you could add missing translation by your self.

Take a look at structure of your language file, it must something like _HELLO="Bonjour";
Create your variable for example __MYTEXT="Mon texte";

Be carefull, backup your files before editing.

I hope it helps
Luis C. Fernandes






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