I want to change some translation (English to French) on my Odoo 8 server for the sale module.
I have for example the Quantity in English but not the disc.% The price is right in french.
How I can edit that ?
Thanks in advance
To be absolutely sure you are doing the translations on the correct lines you should first find out the correct record id.
To do this first go to Settings > Reports > Reports.
Next search for the report where you want to make / modify translations for. For example invoice:
Open up this record and you'll see an option 'Search associated QWeb views'. Click on it:
You will now see two lines, no matter which report you open. The first record fetches the user his language and is irrelevant. Open up the second one:
You will now see at the right top a field you can click on which is named "Model Data". Click on it.
A new window pops up and this is finally showing you the record id.. Phew.
This number (510) is the ID where the translations are attached to. Now that you know this go to settings > Application Terms > Translated terms. Now open up the advanced search function (small arrow down) and search on your record id (510 in my case):
You will now see a filtered list of translations which only is used by your current report. This means if there is already a record in English for the field you are searching to translate (Quantity) you can modify the translation value. If there is no record for your item yet just make a new one. You're best of to copy an existing one and modify this as the resource ID is already filled in then. Simply give in the English term and the wanted translation. For example:
Finally click on Settings > Application Terms > Synchronize Terms and synchronize your language. The report will now show the new translations!
NOTE: If you do this for an invoice you will only see the modifications when you make a new invoice after synchronizing since an invoice is never allowed to change due to legal actions.
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