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rvarkevisser 22nd April 2007 13:02

Translation files
 
There are 2 items that aren't correctly translated to NL (Dutch).
Those are:

ISPConfig - ISP Manager - New Folder
In the NL translation it says "Gesorteerd op" (which means " Sorted by" ???). This has to be " Nieuwe Map" (= "New Folder" )

Also when creating a new SPF Record, we cannot choose between yes and no in the options, because both are translated to "JA" (yes). Is it possible to translate them to:
Yes = Ja
No = Nee

I tried searching for the translation files, but couldn't find them.

Leszek 22nd April 2007 13:43

Hi!

Take a look here.

falko 23rd April 2007 17:23

I've fixed these bugs in the SVN repository. :)

Hans 23rd April 2007 20:06

@rvarkevisser & @Leszek,

Sorry for the small bug!
If you can not wait until the next release of ISPConfig, you can download the Dutch language package (with corrections) here:
http://www.ispconfig.bb-hosting.org/nl/downloads.htm

You can install it via the update manager within ISPConfig. :)


@Falko,
Thanks for uploading it to SVN!

Leszek 23rd April 2007 20:49

Hi Hans!

I'll take a peak at the language pack but I don't really need it.I'm from Poland ;) .It's interesting how language files can be uploaded via ISPConfig.

Leszek 24th April 2007 01:15

Inspired by Hans I've made a transformation of my Polish translation of ISPConfig from a bash installer to an ISPConfig package.

I've got a question about the items in package.ins.What do they mean ? :

Code:

RequiredUser=adm42go

AppName=42go ISP-Manager

AppId=42go_isp
AppCopyright=Copyright Projektfarm GmbH 2003

AppPublisher=projektfarm GmbH


Hans 24th April 2007 07:03

Nice job!

That text was originally added by Projektfarm GmbH for 42go, the commercial version of ISPConfig. I used their Swedish language package from their website, as an example, because i wanted to know, how the package was built. I thought it was correct to leave it "as is".

Till/Falko can tell you more about the meaning of this.

Leszek 24th April 2007 07:12

Ok,thanks.
Let's hope they'll see this post.
Otherwise i'll ask them on PM.

Hans 24th April 2007 09:09

Hi,

Thanks for the work again!

Please contact Till via PM,
He will give you instructions how to send it to him, so that it can be uploaded to SVN.

till 24th April 2007 11:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by Leszek
Inspired by Hans I've made a transformation of my Polish translation of ISPConfig from a bash installer to an ISPConfig package.

I've got a question about the items in package.ins.What do they mean ? :

Code:

RequiredUser=adm42go

AppName=42go ISP-Manager

AppId=42go_isp
AppCopyright=Copyright Projektfarm GmbH 2003

AppPublisher=projektfarm GmbH


This just means that the original installer template file from a 42goISP package was used. You can replace it with:

RequiredUser=admispconfig
AppName=ISPConfig
AppId=ispconfig
AppCopyright=Copyright <yourname>
AppPublisher=<yourname>

Please send the the language files or the language file .pkg by email to: dev [at] ispconfig [dot] org


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