Possible Bug on Translate

4 years 8 months ago #222813 by fdesanto
Not always translate strings in Groupjive-> configuration-> General-> overrides.

The problem is due to file cbgroupjive.class.php;
at line 2024
$overrides[$id]			=	( $count !== null ? $count . ' ' : null ) . $override;
convert string to overrides string with count number (es. "10 Users").

at line 2031
$return				=	CBTxt::T( $return );
try to translate with language file, but the string is "10 Users" not "Users".

The CBTxt::T should sit before line 2024.

Thanks
4 years 8 months ago - 4 years 8 months ago #222848 by krileon
Add CBTxt to $override should quickfix it. Already fixed in SVN, but not big enough issue to warrant a new release.


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4 years 7 months ago #225029 by ver
Hi kyle,

Cuold you put the the entire line please?

I try with
$overrides CBTxt[$id]			=	( $count !== null ? $count . ' ' : null ) . $override;

or
$overrides [$id]			=	( $count !== null ? $count . ' ' : null ) . $override CBTxt;

But dont fix the problem.

Thanks in advance.

Ger.
4 years 7 months ago #225032 by krileon
Surround $override with CBTxt::T is all you need to do for the quickfix.

FROM: $override;
TO: CBTxt::T( $override );


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