*** Solved *** Issue with english.lng file

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*** Solved *** Issue with english.lng file

Post by presto » Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:50 am

There seems to be an issue with the english language file "english.lng". All foreign language moduls which are probably based on this (even the German one provided by you) can't open the CSS Menu dialogue and the Responsive Menu dialogue properly.
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Re: Issue with english.lng file

Post by Pablo » Thu Aug 31, 2017 9:49 am

It seems to work correct for me.
Note that none of the language modules are based on english.lng file, they were all individually created (not by me, except for Dutch).

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Re: Issue with english.lng file

Post by presto » Thu Aug 31, 2017 12:35 pm

But there definitely is an issue. When loading and using the file "english.lng" (Aug 10 2017) as language modul and trying to edit CSS Menu or Responsive Menu there is a warning saying "Most downloads". When clicking "ok" then the menu of CSS Menu or Responsive Menu opens, but you can't move from tab "General" to any other tab of the Menu. The Warning "Most downloads" always pops up and you stay at the "General" tab. As a result you can't edit these menues properly.

I was surprised by your comment "none of the language moduls are based on english.lng file" since on your website you say under the headline "How can I make your own translation" you explicitly say: "Alternatively you can download the English template and translate it in your favorite resource editor/translation tool." - And this was exactly the way that at least one of the existung German language files was created.

Please have another look at this issue.

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Re: Issue with english.lng file

Post by Pablo » Thu Aug 31, 2017 12:59 pm

I was surprised by your comment "none of the language moduls are based on english.lng file" since on your website you say under the headline "How can I make your own translation" you explicitly say: "Alternatively you can download the English template and translate it in your favorite resource editor/translation tool." -
Correct, but that does not mean the existing translations are based on this file. it is just an alternative way to create a translation.

I'm sorry but it works correct for me.
All translations have been tested.
There is no bug in english.lng, as far as I can tell.

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Re: Issue with english.lng file

Post by presto » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:05 am

Sorry for insisting. But there definitely is this issue with several foreign language moduls.

When clicking the CSS Menu or the Responsive Menu in order to edit it, then the dialogue window with "Most downloads" is opended.

This refers to string table 3843 and string ID 61473 in the language moduls. May be this helps to find the reason why.

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Re: Issue with english.lng file

Post by Pablo » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:25 am

Maybe you have a corrupt installation?

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Re: Issue with english.lng file

Post by presto » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:53 am

Pablo wrote:
Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:25 am
Maybe you have a corrupt installation?
I am not the only one who has noticed this issue. It was first reported in the German forum and so I had to check it and now I can confirm the issue. It is not only with the two (!) different German language moduls (comimg from different authors) but also with the english language modul loaded down from your site. I personally use no language modul, just take WWB as it is (and it works fine). So I noticed this issue only after I had loaded different language moduls - and there is this issue, no doubt.

One more hint: This issue does not occur with WWB 12.1.2 build date Aug 10 2017.

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*** Solved *** Issue with english.lng file

Post by presto » Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:04 am

With yesterday's build (Aug 31 2017 13:11) it works fine now. Thank you for your patience and efforts.

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