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TOPIC: Top menu buttons titles/names

Top menu buttons titles/names 5 years 9 months ago #1

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The problem I have (that I could not find any answer to so far), is not really a problem, but would simplify my members's lives a lot :) The top Kunena menu bar buttons still showing the same default English titles on them, despite the fact that my whole site is set to display in different language. Everything else displays correctly, but that. I included a snapshot of what I'm talking about.
Where can I change that to a different language? And - how can I disable some buttons?
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Re: Top menu buttons titles/names 5 years 9 months ago #2

Hello,

The last kunena version is the 1.6.0 stable, do you have looked in the joomla menus manager ?
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Re: Top menu buttons titles/names 5 years 9 months ago #3

Yes I have. And I did try to create sub-buttons in my main menu in a language I need and it works fine. Is that what you are implying?
I thought about it and I guess it'd work, but in that case, how do I disable the Kunena menu?
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Re: Top menu buttons titles/names 5 years 9 months ago #4

You can hide the Kunena menu by going into the Module Manager and changing its position to one that doesn't existing in your template. That way you can keep your nice URLs and the menu is hidden.
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Re: Top menu buttons titles/names 5 years 9 months ago #5

That works. Thank you :) (although I decided to just disable that module altogether).

One more question(not really related to the topic) - one of inside topic buttons is not displayed completely . I tried to switch the themes to no avail. Is this a bug or is there something I can do to make it look complete(without editing it in graphics editor)?

PS - is language file with complete Kunena info easily accessible to edit? I was just thinking that it would be nice to edit/alter some things/translations to my liking? :)
PPS - one more thing I just noticed too - my "announcements" button takes me to the corresponding area, but "Add new announcement" button there is not active. Is it normal?
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Re: Top menu buttons titles/names 5 years 9 months ago #6

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Re: Top menu buttons titles/names 5 years 9 months ago #7

As you say, danss2, your last question is not related to the topic; I spent several minutes reading through this discussion to see why the question has not yet been resolved.

The reason that your menu is not displayed "properly" is caused by a CSS override in your Joomla site template. Using Firebug for Firefox will identify the source of the CSS override in less than 2 minutes.
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Re: Top menu buttons titles/names 5 years 9 months ago #8

Thank you, sozzled :-) Firebug basically told me, that it's my yotoo-something error. Which, if I understood correctly - is just on my computer(which is fine LOL).
Now, speaking of a language file still: is it possible for me to edit it? And if yes, then where is it located?
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Re: Top menu buttons titles/names 5 years 9 months ago #9

danss2 wrote:
Firebug basically told me, that it's my yotoo-something error
Well ... there you go! Problem solved! ;)

For the language file: see What is the language file in kunena 1.6
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Re: Top menu buttons titles/names 5 years 9 months ago #10

Cool! Thanks a lot, man! :-)
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