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Old 22nd April 2007, 13:02
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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.
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Old 22nd April 2007, 13:43
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Hi!

Take a look here.
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I've fixed these bugs in the SVN repository.
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@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!
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Old 23rd April 2007, 20:49
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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.
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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 ? :

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RequiredUser=adm42go

AppName=42go ISP-Manager

AppId=42go_isp
AppCopyright=Copyright © Projektfarm GmbH 2003

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