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Changing module translation v7

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Alex
on 4/8/13, 7:22 AM 1,490 views

I am trying to change some translations in a module. So I have entered in i18n folder and I have looked for the spanish file (es.po) and inside of it I have changed the terms what I want to translate more accurate in msgstr section.

But when I restart my server nothing changes. What am I doing wrong?

Try with new database

Parth Gajjar
on 4/8/13, 7:31 AM
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Naresh Soni (nch)
On 4/8/13, 8:03 AM

Hello A2P,

If you have your language installed and then you are making changes to the *.po then you need to update all the modules loaded. by restarting your server with -u all option.

Or if the langunge is not installed then just installing it will do the job.

Or Finally create a new database.

Thanks,

updating the modules works

omar bajunaid
on 4/8/13, 9:33 AM

That's nice, If my answer has solved your issue please mark it as correct answer

Naresh Soni (nch)
on 4/8/13, 9:40 AM

due to restrictions i do not have enough privileges to do so.Another option that works that i think is immediate is by clicking "apply scheduled upgrades" in settings menu.

omar bajunaid
on 4/8/13, 9:58 AM

yes because A2P is the reporter so he can only do this. Regarding other option that's the same as updating a module.

Naresh Soni (nch)
on 4/8/13, 10:05 AM

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