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Fixed Hardcoded text in acp

Jeremy

Well-known member
#2
I believe that this was reported elsewhere, but considering they are all proper names, I believe it was marked "As Designed"
 

Alluidh

Well-known member
#3
Yes, I reported as a log time ago and it was marked as "As Designed"
But most of the new German costumers ask me the same question after installing the language pack ... So please Mike ... ;)
 

Biker

Well-known member
#6
Posting again does not make it a bug. If the original report was marked "As designed" you need to post it as a suggestion.
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#8
If Mike marked it As Designed then I think we can defer to his judgement, what with him being the owner/developer.

Proper nouns such as Google, Microsoft, etc. should not be translated.
 

Alluidh

Well-known member
#9
Proper nouns such as Google, Microsoft, etc. should not be translated.
Thats right. Only Local ;)

For me this isn't a problem. I'm working with computers and I know localhost :)

Maybe, if Mike dislike the phase there,he should change "Local" to "localhost" and it is international OK :D
 

rellek

Well-known member
#10
I would like to have the ability to have this translated. Not because I would not understand it if it's English, but because this would enable a translation to be more complete.
 

Alluidh

Well-known member
#15
I do not think so but I think it is not a difficult for administrator to understand these kind of words in AdminCP.
I thought the same, but at the moment some / a lot of previous vB user change to XenForo and I got the information about a typo in the language pack again (and again) :D

Really? I have not try it yet.
Yes, it is true. There is no problem to switch this into phrases ;)
 

Luxus

Well-known member
#16
I think even non-english speakers could understand "local" in german. The other three are technically correct in german, but you can also write them with dashes.

Google-Ajax-API-CDN
Microsoft-CDN
jQuery-CDN

The german language is a dash whore, so to speak ;)