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Norwegian Language Pack

Garamond

Well-known member
#1
I have started the work on translating XenForo to norwegian and will be uploading the language file here when done.

Er i ferd med å oversette XenForo til norsk (bokmål), og kommer til å laste den opp her når jeg er ferdig.
 
#2
Hei - En nordisk ven :) ... Det er et stort projekt du har kastet dig ud i.. God vind på vejen (y) ..

Hei - A Nordic friend :)... It is a great project you've have taken on your shoulder.. Good luck on the road ..
 
#4
Just have in mind - that some add-ons modules still have hardcoded text - and seems to have seen a thread here that the very core portion also has some hard coded text strings - but not sure.

Export the xml file including not translated phrase to your local drive. Edit the file with utf-8 encoding... And if you wish to install add-ons - then translate the install xml file before install it. Thats the easiest easiest. We also have the problems with 12 am/pm vs ours 24 H notation..

If you encounter some words you can not find, let me hear from you. Has even endured a lot with it, so there's no reason that you should suffer the same.
 

Garamond

Well-known member
#6
Thanks Walter! And greetings goes back to wonderful Austria :)

BlackMuddler: Thanks for the heads up, I hope the developers of both XenForo and add-ons will make adjustments so that translating everything can be made as easy as possible. Since this software reached 1.0.0 yesterday it's probably a lot of those small quirks which will be fixed in time. Btw, the xml-translation of add-ons before installation is something I've used to do when doing the same with vBulletin earlier - but thanks for the info, then I know what to do here as well. For now, anyway.

I have a good feeling about XenForo, and I think it will change the whole forum landscape over the next years. In a good way :) I'm already looking forward to upgrade my vBulletin forum to XenForo when the day comes that user albums also will find it's place in this software.
 

Garamond

Well-known member
#7
Didn't find any translation options on all the months (January through December), where you specify your birth date. Is this really hard coded?
 
#8
Search for:

Code:
title="month_1"
And you will find alot.. And no - its not hardcoded that part.. Have you exported all phrased in one big xml file?
 

Garamond

Well-known member
#9
Thanks. Didn't do it the xml way so far, but I guess I should jump into it sooner than later. The thing is, I find it much more funny translating via the admin CP.
 
#10
Started that way my self - after one day I stopped at took the text editor way. There seems to have a much better view of what is coming, it's easier to search with a text editor - also have color syntax, so I'm sure that I do not accidentally delete a [] sign.

Are confident that you will come to that too. It is much better, faster, and not least easier.
 
#12
How is this progressing, Garamond? :) I have just moved my board from vBulletin 4 to Xenforo, and am looking for a Norwegian language pack. Maybe I could help you out?
 

Garamond

Well-known member
#13
I'm only at around 20% done, at best. It's quite time consuming, so any help would be appreciated. I'll start a conversation with you so we can figure out the details.
 

Garamond

Well-known member
#14
I've pretty much completed the front end, but since I'm constantly working on this I urge you to drop me a note if you're interested in the language file.