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Where do i find this "for" to translate?

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    Hello!
    i can’t find in the POTs where to translate this “for” into italian 🙁
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    May you help me please?
    Thanks!

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    Actually the string is “eventi FOR marzo 2017” and needs to be “Eventi DI marzo 2017”
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    Hi Lucio!

    Thanks for reaching out to us and for using our plugins! 🙂

    You will be able to find those strings to translate in the latest translation files for The Events Calendar here > https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/the-events-calendar/stable/it/default. You will find all of our plugins translation files here > http://translations.theeventscalendar.com/projects

    You might also find useful a few guides we have on translating our plugins >

    https://theeventscalendar.com/knowledgebase/changing-the-language-on-your-calendar/

    https://theeventscalendar.com/knowledgebase/translating-the-events-calendar/

    Remember to always have the latest versions of our plugins and also check for any updates in translation files by going to wp-admin > Dashboard > Updates

    I hope that helps and let me know if any other questions.

    Best!

    Victor

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    I used poedit, searching for that word in the pots of the free and the premium versions of the plugin, but i don’t find that “FOR”, that appears in a very big font in the principal page of my calendar. It’s very strange 🙁

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    Hey Lucio!

    Good to know you are using Poedit! We use it too.

    You should export and download the .po file from here > https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/the-events-calendar/stable/it/default

    And then put the file in the following path > yoursite/wp-content/languages/plugins/the-events-calendar-it_IT.po

    You can edit that file with Poedit and the strings you should be looking for are these: %1$s for %2$s for day view and %1$s for %2$s for the month view.

    Let me know how that works for you.

    Cheers!

    Victor

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    It worked, thank you very much! five stars 🙂

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    Hey Lucio!

    Great to know that you solved the issue! 🙂

    I’ve just realised the strings I pasted were not meant to show that way so I corrected them so other users may find it helpful.

    I’ll go ahead and close this thread but please feel free to open a new one if any other questions.

    Best!

    Victor

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