Language does not change to german in Joomla 1.5

16 years 1 month ago #55122 by solidrock
I installed CB 1.1 and the german language files (f+i) in Joomla 1.5 Stable, but the language doesn't change to german (Default). I also tried to overwrite the default-language folder like described in this forum but it didn't worked right (strange parameter-names in regsitration and everywhere else).

What is going wrong??? Please help!

Post edited by: solidrock, at: 2008/01/28 21:18

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16 years 1 month ago #55564 by ad0r
Hi,
I got the same problem.
still no solutions?

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16 years 2 days ago #57783 by Ra Anand
A month later....

so am I with a fresh Joomla 1.5.1 install.

Any solutions yet ?

Thank you :)
Andre

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15 years 11 months ago #60194 by jackyking
I've tried almost what I can do but failed.

Now I used a so poor way to slove it.

Just raname your german.php to default_language.php

then replace the default_language.php file in components/com_comprofiler/plugin/language/default_language/

It works but so bad way

I tried to modify the php code of english.php but it does not work :(

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15 years 11 months ago #60224 by alpine
Hi

für Joomla 1.013 + CB1.1 das language download "German language pack 1.01" runterladen und nicht "German Formal..."
dann (ohne Gewähr) im Plugin Manager default language english auf order -1 setzen und German auf z.b. 99.
Funktioniert bestens bei mir.

Gruß
Robi
alpine-desig

Robert Fritz Seibel
www.alpine-design.eu
Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Bavaria,Germany

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15 years 10 months ago #61233 by Tomsn
Have the same problem :(
I'v installed Joomla 1.0.15de and CB1.1 with cb_1.0.1_german but no tips in this forum will work... i think the last way is to hardcode the default_language

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