Define variable in otrer module

13 years 2 months ago #127487 by
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I want the value I assigned in the spanish language file in the community builder component for the "DEFINE ( '_UE_ALREADY_LOGGED_IN'", appears in other particular module.
So if not logged in, you do not see that message as defined in the variable, and if he is, I see it.
But it must be only the variable "already logged in."
Is it possible?
Greetings and thanks

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13 years 2 months ago #127608 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic Re:Define variable in otrer module
It's possible if using the CB Content module which supports substitutions; otherwise no substitutions and likely CB language strings will not work in modules or extensions for that matter which are not powered by CB API.

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