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Re: Arabic translation ... how to do it my self ?

by AmuzayCAD on 2010/1/16 18:22:55

@ UnderDog
Thanks very much for your comment, but it's a solution for just 2 simultaneous languages (exp. Arabic + English).
But me I talk about an ultimate solution for ImpressCMS in general

@ Phoenyx
Yes you are right !

Hope that the developers of ImpressCMS think about remaking or rebuilding the core regardless the compatibility with Xoops.
I think it's the moment to forget about Xoops architecture
A good example it's Joomla & Mambo, the core of Joomla is now no more compatible with the Mambo one...

Concerning my translation work, I am now on the first folder " editors " it needs lot of work !!!
Re: Arabic translation ... how to do it my self ?

by phoenyx on 2010/1/15 13:43:14

This won't fully solve the issue since German and English don't differ in this regard.
Providing both of those languages still leads into an issue
Re: Arabic translation ... how to do it my self ?

by UnderDog on 2010/1/15 12:11:41

Quote:

But the problem still for some images
like the folder " /images/search "


Maybe we can override the images in /images/search/* by using the rtl.css since you need it for the arabic language anyway.

The europeans say : I need style.css
The arabic language says : I need style_rtl.css
and so... we can override the images and point to the right direction?

Stranger, can you help with this one? Stranger is our user who started to set up the RTL languages.*/
Re: Arabic translation ... how to do it my self ?

by AmuzayCAD on 2010/1/15 11:26:21

Ah ok !
I think that ImpressCMS Developers team have to work on the multilanguage images issue, I know that it's inherited from Xoops...

Personally I want to create multilingual websites.

I already finished the translation of the folder " images " (flag + icons)
Re: Arabic translation ... how to do it my self ?

by phoenyx on 2010/1/15 11:13:06

Multilanguage wouldn't be possible for those images then.
In case you only need one language on your site you can simply overwrite them. It's the same with the German language pack.