June 30, 2014 at 6:41 pm #22625
I've translated almost everything and it works great but I can't find where to translate some text (can't find the text in the .po file):
– Store Product Category (in your store)
– Review and Order (seller dashboard > dashboard)
– The field text “store name” (seller dashboard > settings)
– The text under “Checkout” but this is maybe Woocommerce thing?
Can you help me where to translate this text? 🙂
Thank you!July 1, 2014 at 12:32 pm #22651
You can find the language file in ‘wp-content\plugins\woocommerce\i18n\languages'. See if your language is there or not. If yes, then download your language.po and edit with poEdit. And upload them in the same folder. That should work.
Let me know if you have some more issues.July 1, 2014 at 2:48 pm #22656
Thanks but I cant find the text there either (checked both woocommerce admin and my language .po file)July 1, 2014 at 8:35 pm #22672
As you said earlier, some strings are not translated, so it's obvious the .po file would not have the translations 😛
You have to translate those strings YOURSELF. Please follow the instructions I gave above. 🙂July 1, 2014 at 10:44 pm #22691
I dont understand, I cant find the sentence “Store Product Category” (in english) in the .po files so I cant translate it to my language. Its missing. Ive checked wp-content\plugins\woocommerce\i18n\languages and the .po file but its not there. Is it possible to add a new string with the sentense in english and my language?July 1, 2014 at 10:52 pm #22693
Woho! It was a bug in Woocommerce. 🙂 I talked to them yesterday and they released a new version today with a bug fix so now the translations in “checkout” is OK :). The only sentence now that is not translated is “Store Product Category”.
WooCommerce 2.1 update ignores language preference
This issue is now resolved in the WooCommerce 2.1.1 fix release.
We’ve made an error when adding the language files. The country codes didn’t reflect the WordPress standards. We have now fixed this and the 2.1.1 patch release will contain the correct language code.
You can apply a temporary hotfix by renaming the language files for your language, inside the WooCommerce core plugin. It should reflect the correct code as shown in the standards. If you are on the Spanish language for example, you need to rename the ‘woocommerce-admin-es.mo’ and ‘woocommerce-es.mo’ files to include the ‘ES_es’ country code. The correct file names are ‘woocommerce-admin-es_ES.mo’ and ‘woocommerce-es_ES.mo’. These files can be found in the ‘i18n/languages’ folder of the WooCommerce plugin.
Ticket reference: #4708July 15, 2014 at 1:38 am #23563
roderswissMemberPost count: 63
Hello Gustav, I'm getting the same issue as you. Could you find a way to translate “Store Product Category” at all?
Wedevs guys please give us a light here.
RodrigoJuly 17, 2014 at 11:01 am #23688
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