Day View Layout – DE-Translation wrong
We have this information regarding translations:
- Translating the premium plugins
- Translating The Events Calendar (free/core plugin)
- How to Override Plugin Language Files (custom language files on your own site)
- Customizing/Changing any bit of text (actual code snippet is at the very bottom)
Please let me know if you need any further assistance.Oliver
thank you for your answer.
I guess it is not an translation issue, as I already looked after this phrase and couldn’t find the string.
I think in German it should be just handled different as in English.
EN header title = events for MONTH (month view layout)
EN header title = events for DAY (day view layout)
-> it’s the same format, so quite simple
DE header title = Veranstaltungen in MONTH (month view layout)
DE header title = Veranstaltungen in DAY (day view layout)
-> it needs to be different
The word “in” is wrong in this combination for the day view layout.
So the only thing I can imagine right now, that this header title is posted like:
“event” + “for” + MONTH/DAY
and not like:
“event for” + MONTH/DAY
So either the string for this needs to be changed or the german translation changed to at least make it more fit:
f.e. “für” instead “in”
EDIT – I just found it in the german language file and was right:
EN: %1$s for %2$s
DE: %1$s im %2$s
-> “im” is incorrect for both headers (month and day)
For day view “am” would be the best but this would not fir for month view header.
I will change it for now to %1$s f$uuml;r %2$s to make it currently best fit.
The Day View is part of our core plugin, and https://theeventscalendar.com/knowledgebase/translating-the-events-calendar/ includes this:
Translations for The Events Calendar are managed at http://translate.wordpress.org.
The Events Calendar’s specific project page is here: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/the-events-calendar/stable
We do not manage or control the free The Events Calendar‘s translations.Oliver
Never mind …
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