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Dutch translation up to 4.4.0

Posted: 10 Nov 2012, 01:48
by WimScholtes
Hi there,

Yesterday evening I updated the Dutch translation to Suffusion version 4.4.0 and it is now a 100% translated (for the time being that is ;) ). I did not append the translation files to this post, because you can find them in the translation pool ( http://pool.aquoid.com/translations/projects/suffusion ) that Sayontan created.

Have fun!

@Sayontan: the use of the translation pool with GlotPress and the new mode of finding the strings to translate works fine. I can now translate while sitting (laying) on the couch with my iPad 8-) . One thing though, was it really necessary to include your name in the strings? Does it need translation? :o :D

Re: Dutch translation up to 4.4.0

Posted: 10 Nov 2012, 07:24
by sayontan
WimScholtes wrote:One thing though, was it really necessary to include your name in the strings? Does it need translation? :o :D
:) That is not my doing. When you use the generator that WP provides, it takes the header from style.css and adds all of those to the translation strings. As it happens my name is included there, so it gets added to the PO file.

Re: Dutch translation up to 4.4.0

Posted: 25 Jan 2013, 04:29
by kellyke
I have downloaded the po file but i don't know what to do next to get my theme in dutch?
What do i have to do?

My wordpress is in dutch. Where do i put the translation file? Do i need the mo also?
Please help me :D

http://www.kellyke.be/blog

Re: Dutch translation up to 4.4.0

Posted: 25 Jan 2013, 06:15
by sayontan

Re: Dutch translation up to 4.4.0

Posted: 25 Jan 2013, 08:51
by kellyke
i did but i don't get it :oops:
I'm blond :roll:

Dutch translation up to 4 4 0

Posted: 03 Jan 2015, 03:39
by DonnieSr
Hello ElbertF,

again congratz, but I have a little question : Is this the official translation now, en is Lennerts official or are they both official or.... ?

Re: Dutch translation up to 4.4.0

Posted: 03 Jan 2015, 20:58
by drake
All translations are maintained now at: http://pool.aquoid.com/translations/projects/suffusion as is stated in the first post from this topic.