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Part of Odoo not translated

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Maxime Deuse
on 9/3/14, 3:11 AM 1,081 views

Hi,

I recently installed Odoo on a local machine. I want it to be in French thus I loaded a translation. The problem I have is while most of the ERP is in French some part of Odoo are still displayed in English. (These are some small sentences like: "send a note", "Meetings calendar", "create an event", ...

How can I get rid of these English parts and replace everything in French?

Thanks

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Paty L L
On 9/9/14, 12:30 PM

You have some options:

  1. Make your own translations, going to Settings/Translations/Application Terms/Translated Terms, change translated value for your own words.
  2. Generate fr_FR.po file going to Settings/Translations/Import Export/Export Translation and export po files for modules you want to change; then make translation on that files and Import back (or put them on the module i10n source files and update the module).
  3. Get involved in a translation proyect on Odoo community. https://github.com/odoo/odoo/wiki/GitHub-Transition, https://launchpad.net/openobject.

hope this help you. Greetings.

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Stephen Mack
On 9/30/14, 4:19 PM

One of the problems is that the French version is only 50% completed for verion 8 of Odoo.

You can view the progress and help translate with this link.

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