Hemingway theme translation

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  • #426951

    irdb
    Member

    Some terms in the Hemingway theme, are not added to the translation system.
    I just wanted to know why is that? Also, can we hope that in the future these terms can be translated too?

    For example in the following page you’ll find a few terms that are not translatable:

    http://sardabir.net/2009/12/08/%D8%A8%D8%A7%D8%B2%DA%AF%D8%B4%D8%AA/
    (It’s a wordpress.com blog with domain mapping upgrade)

    “About this entry”
    “You’re currently reading”
    “an entry on”
    “Published:”
    “Jump to comment form”
    “trackback uri”
    “Have your say”
    “add your comment”

    The blog I need help with is dalbablog.wordpress.com.

    #427185

    jarkman
    Member

    Thank You My Friend For Your Kindly Attention.

    #427300

    It’s being corrected, thanks. I’ll let you know once it’s done.

    #427388

    jarkman
    Member

    Thank You Dear Zé , any news yet ?

    #427389

    “Internationalized” Hemingway was just committed. Give it few hours before its strings show up on Translate

    #427429

    irdb
    Member

    Thanks very much Zé
    But exactly after internationalization of Hemingway, there is a problem about the comment counter.
    There is an extra meaningless “d” after the number of comment, like this:

    ‘2d comments’
    (counter should be >= 2)

    I checked it, and it seems that even when I choose English as the blog language, the problem still exists. So it is not related to a wrong translation.

    I just thought that it might be related to changes you may have made.

    #427434

    jarkman
    Member

    Thank You dear Zé & irdb for you kindly attention to make wordpress.com suitable for all languages , I have this problem , as irdb said you can see this problem in both English & Farsi.

    #427460

    naokomc
    Staff

    @irdb & @jarkman,

    Sorry about the slow response.
    Just wanted to tell you that this problem was fixed on Dec. 22, 2009.

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