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Since the file’s name is fr_FR.mo, you have to set BBLANG to fr_FRIn reply to: users’ email address
Cool! But how come some users’ email addresses show as just “1”?
</tr> <tr id='user-3'>
</tr> <tr id='user-25'>
line #32 is:
<li><?php printf('Forums started %s ago.', bb_since(get_inception())); ?></li>
but should be:
<li><?php printf(__('Forums started %s ago.'), bb_since(get_inception())); ?></li>
in order for it to be “gettext-translated”.
bbpress/bb-admin/index.phpin the bbPress folder archive at http://sostomates.fr/projets/bbpress/bbpress.zip has been modified accordingly.
See this other post: https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/6/page/2#post-2685
I have made a .pot file, a fr_FR.po file and a fr_FR.mo file from version 561 in the bbPress Subversion trunk.
svn co http://svn.automattic.com/bbpress/trunk/
The localization files are based upon the previous French localization files for bbPress made by Luc St-Elie.
• The bbPress 561 folder:
• The pot file:
• The French po file:
• The French mo file:
See it in action at http://sostomates.fr/
Comments welcome at http://sostomates.fr/bar/topic/20?replies=1
Yes, see here -> https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/6/page/2#post-2617
It seems there is a gettext mark-up error in 0.73. If you want to use a localized 0.73, make another .mo file where the line in question is not translated.
Newer versions from svn trunk work fine.
@pompilos and lstelie
I guess the change password bug (and general user-account editing bug) in the translated versions are triggered by the translation of this line in the
$profile_menu = array(__('Edit'), 'edit_profile', 'edit_users', 'profile-edit.php', 'edit');
If you translate
'Modifier', for example, users won’t be able to save their password change, and administrators won’t be able to save a role change for an user; the last part of the edit link —
…/edit— will be changed to either
…/modifier. The page will display, but when you click on the save button, changes to the user’s profile won’t be saved.