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Some of the pages and menus are not translated.

4 months 2 weeks ago
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Good afternoon!
Usually, the translation to the desired language is done via the "ini" file in the appropriate category.
I make a website in Russian. The existing translation of the pages in the account is not complete. So for example in tolbare all sections names are in English. I attached a screen. icecream.me/13add621d25fa819694d26ce2b3b5337

In addition, the member registration page is also in English.

In the ini files, all the constants are translated, I checked, but for some reason some of the pages and menus are not translated.
icecream.me/ead3ab504ecc33399b674497c99270f2
Please help.
Site on the local server.

4 months 2 weeks ago
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Hi, Serg.

Thank you for contacting us.
JomSocial Toolbar is just a menu - so it can't be translated with ini file.
You just need to edit menu items in Backend -> Menus -> JomSocial Toolbar.
Or use this method for multilanguage sites: documentation.jomsocial.com/wiki/Translate_Toolbar

I can't reach your site so I can't say why registration is in English. Please:

1. Edit your first post.
2. Click switch below main text field: prntscr.com/fk3hdg
3. Provide your site details: backend URL, admin credentials and FTP: prntscr.com/fk3hwz
4. Let us know that you provided credentials by posting in the same thread.

But you may always enable language debug in Joomla Backend -> System -> Global configuration -> System -> Debug language.
Then after page refresh on page bottom will be placed a report that should shed a bit of light on your issue.

Also module titles won't be translated with ini files. You need to edit modules and change their titles.


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Good afternoon!
Thanks for Backend -> Menus -> JomSocial Toolbar. I apologize for this issue because I myself could figure out but apparently something went wrong)))))).

Whether it is possible to try to solve a problem with translated of the registration form by recording the required file in the section F:\OSPanel\domains\11111111.loc\language\overrides ?

I'm making a site on a local disk so I can not fulfill your request.

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HI, Serg.

Oh, if installation is made at localhost then support is limited... please, read our Support Policy: www.jomsocial.com/support-policy


- Instead of saying: 'it's not working', explain the problem in detail.
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- Tell us how to replicate the problem, we can't fix it if we can't find it.
- Make sure that your site/server meets JomSocial System Requirements
- Make sure to setup JomSocial Cron Job
- Always provide us with access details to the backend and ftp. We need it to debug problems.
- If you have a similar problem, but a solution you found isn't working, open a new thread instead of 'merging' with an existing one.

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