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uyghurmen

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Some words on front page didn't find in language file. where are they?
For example: (bottom of Polls block ) "Results", Start Poll" (on button), "Other polls", "votes", and events etc...
Where are those words?

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Dirk

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In the language file(s) of the Polls plugin: plugins/polls/language

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uyghurmen

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Quote by: Dirk

In the language file(s) of the Polls plugin: plugins/polls/language

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Thanks, I find those words where are. But other side the page some words: Events (and under "events" block some sentence(s) or words) still didn't find.

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Those can be found in the language file of the Calendar plugin.

Also see http://wiki.geeklog.net/index.php/Translations#Language_file

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uyghurmen

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Quote by: Dirk

Those can be found in the language file of the Calendar plugin.

Also see http://wiki.geeklog.net/index.php/Translations#Language_file

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I find, Thanks.
But Forum text direction not able to change. Obove URL you gave me said: main language file change direction, also change plugins direction automatically. but I did main, but forum direction still left to right. May other method to do this?
and in forum posts date, main page welcome page date also didn't find for translate weekdays name, month name. main language file I did, but this is not change, may be other somewhere?

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I was hoping LWC would chime in regarding the text direction. I think he's running a forum in Hebrew. Don't know if he had to modify it to make it work for him, though.

Weekdays, etc. are mostly set automatically when you set the correct locale for your language, although some of them are in the main language file (check again), e.g. $LANG_WEEK, $LANG_MONTH.

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