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7 years 11 months ago #11 by TKtemp
Hi,

Kunena display your JOOMLA default language ;)
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7 years 11 months ago #12 by sozzled
Thanks to both of you: oldfart and TKtemp :)
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7 years 11 months ago #13 by oldfart

TKtemp wrote: Hi,

Kunena display your JOOMLA default language ;)


So, despite having installed the language for Kunena; it has no effect, and you have to control Kunena's language using Joomla tools, where (in my case, with Spanish installed) I would have to install Spanish for Joomla and change default language.
I guess the Kunena specific words (haven't looked) will be in the Kunena spanish dictionary??
I can investigate this theory, but if you know the answer it will save some time.

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7 years 11 months ago #14 by sozzled

oldfart wrote: I guess the Kunena specific words (haven't looked) will be in the Kunena spanish dictionary?

It depends on how complete is the translation. According to the information here ( www.transifex.com/projects/p/Kunena/ ) it would seem that Spanish is 100% complete but, really, who knows?

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7 years 11 months ago #15 by oldfart
This guide is valid for Kunena 2.0.2 & Joomla 2.5.7

1. Download the language pack from the downloads section
https://joomlacode.org/gf/download/frsrelease/17387/75811/pkg_kunena_languages_v2.0.2_2012-09-02.zip
2. Unzip it (on your PC is easiest)
3. there is a directory called /languages, with a load of different languages for Kunena (as zip files) - select which one you want to install
4. Using JOOMLA's Extensions | Extension manager, Upload Package File;
upload the zip file you want to install. For this example I used Spanish:
com_kunena_es-ES_v2.0.2.zip
That's it for the Kunena part.
5. You now have to install Spanish into JOOMLA: Extensions | Language Manager - click the Install Language Icon and search for spanish, select it and click the install icon.
6. Go back to Extensions | Language Manager - Spanish should be in the list - select it and make it default.

That's as far as I have got - this is what it looks like


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7 years 11 months ago #16 by sozzled
I made an attempt to update the Wiki with better information, based on what oldfart has given us. Please review the article K 2.0 Language Installation Guide and add/update it as you see fit.

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7 years 11 months ago #17 by TKtemp
Hi,

Kunena language installer detect which languages are already installed on your Joomla site and install all present languages from package.

So, the right way to install kunena language (J!2.5) should be:

J!2.5
1. Install Spanish language for Joomla and make it default
2. Download language package from Kunena site
3. Install this package using Joomla Extension Manager
If installation fail:
4. Extract the files from the archive and install language file you wish using Joomla Extension Manager

J!1.5:
steps 1, 2 and 4 (step 3 doesn't work)

Best Regards

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7 years 11 months ago - 7 years 11 months ago #18 by sozzled
You are quite correct - the order of installation is important - and I have updated the documentation accordingly.
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7 years 11 months ago #19 by oldfart
Thanks Guys - good effort!
I am going to have a play with Joomfish - I know its only Beta at the moment for J!2.
Its going to take a while... but do you want me to report back how to do it?

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7 years 11 months ago - 7 years 11 months ago #20 by Ahoy
Hello,

Altough have tried ur advice, still don't work - As using installed lang. (Hebrew, in my case) as KUNENEA lang.

Again, Hebrew is installed & default on Joomla and also installed on Kunena - But still forum doesn't displays translation.

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