strange problem, need help

12 years 2 weeks ago #50651 by kvoul
I have instaled DB 1.1. and everything with language was fine except the _UE_REGISTERFORPROFILEVIEW . I see this on some pages although there is DEFINE for this in language file.

DEFINE('_UE_REGISTERFORPROFILEVIEW','<p align=center><a href=index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=registers&Itemid=1424><img src=images/stories/CONTENT/ad.jpg border=0></a></p>');

I am searching for days! Please help fix it.
12 years 2 weeks ago #50821 by beat
The standard language file string is:

DEFINE('_UE_REGISTERFORPROFILEVIEW','Please login or Register to view user profiles.');

...
So you got something customized there.

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11 years 7 months ago #61067 by godyn
I've got the same problem in dutch and some other languages:
Although this is defined in the language file:
DEFINE('_UE_REGISTERFORPROFILE','Login of registreer u om uw profiel te wijzigen.');

However, it does work in the german language file? :sick:

Post edited by: godyn, at: 2008/04/16 15:56

Post edited by: godyn, at: 2008/04/16 15:56
11 years 7 months ago #61081 by Oxy
maybe a silly question, but what editor do you use when you edit your files ?
11 years 7 months ago #61083 by zseni
I think My best editor is the Pspad editor.
You can save as files other format such as iso-8859-1, Iso-8859-2, UTF-8, etc.

Post edited by: zseni, at: 2008/04/16 19:00

Post edited by: zseni, at: 2008/04/16 19:01
11 years 7 months ago #61088 by Oxy
Ok...

It is because i had some problems when i save files with some editor´s.

Now i use notepad++ and covert all files to UTF-8 before i save my work, and now everything is working fine...

- Oxy
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