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Translations In Twigmo

 
  • Onkel_Sid
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Posted 15 April 2014 - 12:46 PM #1

Anything you could do so that i don't have to translate the same language codes every time i upgrade to a new version of Twigmo?

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Posted 16 April 2014 - 12:40 PM #2

Hello,

The translation should be saved at the automatic upgrade of the Twigmo add-on. Please submit a ticket using Twigmo Support Center - https://support.twigmo.com and we will check why it does not work. Please provide us with temporary FTP access to your server in your ticket, so that our engineers are able to examine the problem in detail.

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Posted 04 September 2015 - 02:36 PM #3

hello

i use TWIGMO for my CS-cart store

very good addon 

but i can not change some words from English to another language

(my store have 2 language)

 

how to translate some pattern like the below words  : 

 

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Posted 07 September 2015 - 12:57 PM #4

Hello,

 

You can edit the language variables on the Administrations > Languages > Translations page in the admin panel of your store. Select your second language on this page and use the search in the sidebar to find the desired language variables.
 
The language variables used in the mobile storefront are starting with twg_ and the Twigmo language variables that are used in the admin panel are starting with twgadmin_ .
 

Also, you can override translations used in the desktop version. For example, the "add_to_cart" language variable has the "Add to cart" value. You can create a new language variable with the "twg_" prefix: "twg_add_to_cart" and with the "Buy" value. As a result in the mobile version the "Buy" value will be displayed instead of "Add to cart".

 


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Posted 13 September 2015 - 03:31 PM #5

Resolved

thanks a lot