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There is a wrong translation in the group section that doesn’t make sense in a different language. Do you know how to fix it
http://prntscr.com/u53opxAugust 24, 2020 at 19:49 #16517
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Kind regards,August 25, 2020 at 09:36 #16545
In which language would you translate this?
As this issue is related with BuddyPress, it’s best if you try to reach the plugin authors. They will be more informed and better suited to help you.
To go further, we invite you to post your request on their support forums:
We remain available for all support requests related with the use of your theme.
Best,August 26, 2020 at 11:02 #16601
This translation should be included in the BuddyPress files. If you have translated this plugin correctly, everything should work as you want it to. However, if you want to modify this text and not translate it because it seems wrong, I think it is better to ask the authors of the plugin.
Please also note that some strings could be included in our “Grimlock for BuddyPress” plugin.
Each plugins contain a POT file that can be translated under the languages directory. For instance, Grimlock contains:
Usually, we recommend to rename both translated files
grimlock-your-language-code.po. Then, please replace from the file name by the language code of your choice, for instance fr_FR for french.
Finally, the best practice is to move the files in the plugins languages directory of your whole website:
wp-content/languages/pluginsdirectory. There, you will find the translation for other plugins.
This will also ensure that the files will not be lost during any future update.
I’m sorry I wasn’t as clear as I should have been earlier.
Best regards,August 28, 2020 at 12:18 #16757
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