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x WHM theme language problem

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by ehost, Jul 16, 2003.

  1. ehost

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    hi

    today I tried to translate WHM x to traditional chinese . I only changed charset to big5 and those img links to xbig5 .

    I also named the new whmtheme to xbig5.whmtheme but after I changed WHM theme to this new one ,almost all features in the left column of WHM disappeareed . I didn't even translate the text yet.

    is there anything I forgot to do before I translated the x theme ?

    please help
    thanks

    you can download my modified theme here to take a look
    http://www.ehost.com.tw/xbig5.whmtheme

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  2. bert

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    Have you successfully translated a WHM theme before? Was the entire left frame (command) gone when you did the translation? Perhaps the ACL's are causing a problem with the new charset?

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  3. ehost

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    hi Bert

    I tried to translate the first section before (Server Setup) but the same thing. You can view my attached picture. Only some of them disappeared .. no matter how much I translated .

    if it's caused by ACL , is it possible to solve it ? the charset for traditional chinese is big5

    thanks a lot

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  4. bert

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    Have you translated other skins before? I think you can't do much because of the ACLs, but I am not sure.

    If Nick is around, he'll be able to tell us.

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  5. ehost

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    :(
    I've been working on this for several days.

    I saw someone offering chinese skin so I think it's doable.
    I just don't understand why those function disappeared

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    Can you do it with the old default WHM skin (blue) ?

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  7. ehost

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    no, Bert. Blue has the same error.
    once I removed the Chinese characters, the WHM works normally.
    do you know what might be the problem ?

    thanks

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    The problem is definetely then the ACLs, I guess we'll have to wait for Nick on that one.
     
  9. ehost

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    thanks Bert.

    but could you explain a bit about ACL ? I don't really know what ACL is.

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  10. bert

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    Access Control Lists. They allow WHM to display information based on user permissions, this is what allows WHM to show more options for root and less options for reseller accounts.

    I am not 100% sure that the ACL's are the ones causing the problem, but I just know for sure that WHM and cPanel both operate under a different web server environment. You'll have to ask Nick or email support to get more help concerning this.

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  11. ehost

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    do you know how to contact Nick ?

    I did submit 2 tickets to cpanel about this issue but they didn't reply at all :(

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  12. ehost

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    I've succesfully modifed root and command files inside WHM x theme.

    however, I can't find other files. for example, the file for Create New Account and Modify Account..

    could someone help please

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  13. bert

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    I don't think you can modify those files at all. They're compiled I think.

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    Those are hardcoded, there's no editable template at the moment.

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  15. ehost

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    oh no

    do you plan to make them templates in the near future?

    ty

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    I don't deal with that. You'll have to ask cPanel ;)

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    they never listen to us :(

    could you talk to them about this please?
    maybe they are more willing to hear from you :)

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  18. bert

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    LOL. Who makes you believe that they'll listen to me? :rolleyes:

    Send a support request asking if that's something that will eventually be done, but to be quite honest, I doubt it very much. Since WHM Is part of the admin interface, I don't think they'll ever create templates for it. Furthermore, changing those pages from compiled code to real HTML is not going to be easy in any way.

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    something tells me learning english would be easier at this point, or your customers for that matter :eek:

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    Hi ...
    I'm from brazil and i try put my WHM to Portuguese language...
    But i have.. the same problem, some Options of menu Disappeared!!..

    I try everything.. but not seems to work..
    When i put back the xSkin in english.. works normally!...

    Please if someone know how to fix this, or what is happening.. tell me please!

    Thanks!
     
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