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Problems with Translation after Upgrade v70.0.44

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by Gastón, May 24, 2018.

  1. Gastón

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    Hello, After the lasta upgrade of the CPANEL several of the Menues and mesagges ar not tranlated, i.e. In Email Accounts when you list the accouts the options of each accounts are "Acceder al Webmail" "Disk ando Quota" "Manage Suspension" "Connect Devices" "Eliminar". It's a MIX.

    Do I have to update something else? can I translate it manually ?

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    Gastón
     
  2. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Technical Support Community Manager
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    Hello @Gastón,

    The email accounts interface was updated in cPanel & WHM version 70:

    It looks like the updated interface includes new strings, as you will notice the option names are different in cPanel & WHM version 70 compared to cPanel & WHM version 68 (e.g. Manage Suspension isn't a string in version 68). If the English locale (en.yaml) file contains a string, but another locale does not, that indicates that no translation exists yet for that string in that locale. Usually, that means that the string is new or recently changed, and no translation was available at the time. Translations will be added as we get them, but you can also submit pull requests to fill them at:

    CpanelInc/cplocales

    Or, if you prefer to create your own translated strings, you can do so using the instructions documented at:

    Edit a Locale - Version 70 Documentation - cPanel Documentation

    Thank you.
     
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