With the last update my translation files got lost. What is the best way to keep them? Creating a child theme with only the language folder / files in it?
Nope, the folder won’t be loaded from the child theme.
A good way would be to use a plugin, like Codestyling Localization. I remember you said it had issues, but I see that people are using it.
Yes, I tried it again, but it produced a lot of PHP runtime errors again. I’LL let you know when I found something working - until you include language files with the template
Well, I was looking into crowd translations for some time now, finally managed to set it up: https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/moesia/
Not really sure how it works yet
I’m gonna take advantage of this post and place the same kind of problem.
I can’t find the place where these English words are so I can translate them to pt_PT.
Check my main blog page at gabrielpinto.pt/blog/ and you’ll find under each listed post the phrases Leave a comment.
I tried editing all .po files I could find (WP, Moesia, Jetpack,etc…), also tried Codestyling Localization and just can’t find where it is.
I’m currently helping with translating Moesia.pot at Vlad’s above mentioned project, but even there I can’t find it.
I got your message regarding the pt_PT translation and it will be included in the next theme version. Thanks a lot!
I belive you found it and managed to handle this? I see you translated it to Deixe o seu comentário on Transifex.
Problem solved indeed
Just had to upload both .po and .mo files to my server.
Thanks for the next inclusion!
I hope I’m doing right: I just requested to be on the “german team” at transifex. I added a subscription option and noticed a missing translation:
“2 thoughts on” = “2 Gedanken zu”
Well, if you’re able to translate then you’re doing it right
But are you sure you’re looking at Moesia? That string isn’t part of the theme.
You are right, it’s from JetPack. Damn!