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TOPIC: [SOLVED] Days in Englisch,but German language pack

Re: [SOLVED] Days in Englisch,but German language pack 7 years 8 months ago #5672

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Hi Edmond,

> ... but what happens with a multilanguage site
by a lack of chance (dif. language browser-interfaces) and time, I could´t test it yet.


> ... from the user's Joomla profile and have the EventList code set the locale to this value
yes, its logical - its one sytem. That would be more confortable, the best! I realy don´t know for what, but maybe keeping a option to disable this J!-EL language-interaction.
The developers should use as mutch J! features as possible. That brings more performance and usablility (consistently). On my component-"journey", I meat a couple of compos, which seems to establish a kind of own cms ... to much work with doubtful avail (maybe just developers-fun). For example: Sometimes I don´t "catch", why they don´t use the contact- and categorie-tables of J!? Sure, its more serious ...


> ... the user's browser ...
I estimate, first the user's browser determinates the language by a flag, which uses J! for seperating a matching from the default (*) language. You might click to a different flag, but that just becomes noticeable, if there is a matching content ...



> ... perhaps a web based translation
yes, its helpfull & funny. For a confidential site, the results are for sure not acceptable.

regards, jose
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Re: Days in Englisch, but German language package 6 years 6 months ago #7984

For the Dutch eventlist this solved my issue too added to eventlist.php

setlocale(LC_ALL, 'nl_NL');
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Re: Days in Englisch, but German language package 6 years 6 months ago #8034

Hello Alex,

I'm also Dutch and I tried fo follow your instuctions, but it didn't work for me.
I added setlocale(LC_ALL, 'nl_NL'); in com_eventlist/eventlist.php on line 95.

Didi I do soemthing wrong?

Best regards,

Chris
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Re: Days in Englisch, but German language package 6 years 6 months ago #8035

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the path, I think.
I put it _once_ in the templates default.php file, at the beginning:
so in:
components\com_eventlist\views\...
or
templates\mytempname\html\com_eventlist\...
(see postings before)
and ... there is no line 95 in my eventlist.php (...)

best, Jose
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[SOLVED] Days in Englisch,but German language pack 6 years 5 months ago #8102

Thansk for your answers.
Locale was set correctly.

But I changed to another Calender/event component that has much more possibilities. It's commercial but one time a small amount for unlimited domains saves me a lot of time and headache.

Best regards,
Chris
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