For a client I have set up OpenERP V 7 in German.
I would like to translate some termes in the OpenERP main panel from English to German. Like>Sales (Verkauf)-> my Follow-Ups (Verfolgen).
There are a few more like when I create a Sales (Verkauf) -> Inquiery (Anfrage) and fill in /create a new customer All the fields are in english not in German. Example: Steet, Country, State, Should be Strasse, Land, Bundesland/Kanton.
Where can I edit these?
You can edit translations under
settings -> Translations -> Applications Term ->Translated Terms.
From here you can manage all your translations. Please refer to the documentation for more infomations:
Be also aware that the modification of an existing translation will be reseted if you update your addons. You may create your own PO files.
You can find the name of the field by following these steps. First, make sure you are in Debug/Developer mode by choosing "About OpenERP" from the menu that appears when you click on your username in the upper-right corner of the screen. Now navigate to the form that contains the field in question. Hover your cursor over the label of that field to view its info. In the contextual help balloon, you should see the field name listed.
If your translations continue to not show up, try going to Settings -> Translations -> Application Terms -> Synchronize Terms.
Please let me know if this was helpful or if you continue to have problems.
There is a real problem, every time when I synchronize the terms (Translations->Application Terms->Synchronize Terms) there is a duplication of all the translated words in (Translated Terms). I tried to :
1- load the transaltion from po file (Translations->Load a Translation) with the option "Overwrite Existing Terms"
2- synchronize terms
But no solution ?
Thank you, I tried that: You can edit translations under settings -> Translations -> Applications Term ->Translated Terms. I go to create and add source= My Follow-Ups, Translation= Zu Verfolgen, Lang= German. What I can't figure out are fields: Translated field and Type. The link you gave is not very infomative for someone with little experience in DB's. Any suggestions?
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