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June 21, 2014 at 8:36 pm 22279
Robin Hello, I installed the free version of WP Project Manager and everything runs in my language (cs_CZ) perfectly. Then I bought a license "PRO" > deactivate the plugin "FREE" > activate the plugin "PRO" > I entered the License Key > everything is ok, but in English, my language is no longer working. WHY? What can I do to correct? Thank you for your response.
June 23, 2014 at 12:31 pm 22319
Sekander Badsha Sekander Badsha

Hi Robin,
You had the language file in the FREE versions language folder, but not in the Pro versions folder.
So upload/move your cs_CZ.po and files in the language folder of that plugin.

(I guess you’ve previously set WPLang 'cs_CZ'; in wp-config.php. If not, then you should.)

June 23, 2014 at 10:05 pm 22341
Robin Robin

I did, but it works only part of the language version for FREE.

Where can I find the translation packages for the PRO version? (eg or other)?

Thank you

June 24, 2014 at 11:32 am 22355
Sekander Badsha Sekander Badsha

Hello Robin,
You can find the language file – cpm.pot inside the plugins language folder, which can be found at wp-content/plugins/wedevs-project-manager/languages.

You’ll have download and rename it to cs_CZ.pot and open it with an Editor, like PoEdit. When you save it after translating, there will be one more file created: Upload both the files in wp-content/plugins/wedevs-project-manager/languages.

This would work for sure. And please share the language file with us after translating.

June 24, 2014 at 5:55 pm 22374
Robin Robin

Hi Sekander,
thank you for your response. I thought it otherwise. I know where I can find the language files in WP. I wanted to know where I can find any ready-made / translated language files a repository where all translated already are and where you can download ..?

June 25, 2014 at 11:22 am 22398
Sekander Badsha Sekander Badsha

Hello Robin,You’re not getting it right. Every theme and plugin is unique, so is their language files. There’s no other option other than following the above instruction.

June 25, 2014 at 9:16 pm 22446
Robin Robin

Ok, thank you for your answer. Otherwise the whole plugin is great work!


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