14 February 2009 at 8:36am
(Last edited: 14 February 2009 12:09pm),
Sorry if the question exists but i don t find the answer.
In my admin panel, I changed the language to french and everything is OK. But I don t understand why the language is still english for the login.
I saw in the folder ../auth_openid/lang, there was french language but I don t find the place where i can change it. Which file must be modified ?
I tried with i18n , but I ve got an internal error : http 500 ;(
In login form, it is possible to ask to the server a link to have a new password. When i received the mail, in english of course, i don t have the sender. Where can i modify the sender to have a sender like : firstname.lastname@example.org
19 February 2009 at 3:20pm
I might be able to help with your first question. My understanding is that the "Interface Language" referred to in the CMS 'Profile' dialogue is just the language used for the CMS itself. Whereas the login page is just another page on your site, and translating that is a separate issue, addressed here: http://doc.silverstripe.com/doku.php?id=i18n
From what I can see there, you need to change add a line to your mysite/_config.php:
11 March 2009 at 12:26pm
Have you looked in the language file for that phrase? If it's not there, maybe the translation needs adding. I'm not sure how to do this but I recall that the documentation on this is okay. If that doesn't work you should check that the relevant template is using a translation, rather than it being hardcoded. To find that out I guess you'll need to search the source of SilverStripe for that text.
12 March 2009 at 2:27am
There are tools you can use to search an entire source tree for a string. If you're using Eclipse as your IDE, it can do this. If you're using an OS that has the 'find' and 'grep' commands, you can use them in conjunction to do this. You can probably search the SilverStripe source using the Trac (http://open.silverstripe.org/). The SilverStripe translation project has a list of everyone working on the translations, and provides a way of contacting them (as I recall, that's a bit fiddly, but it's possible).
18 March 2009 at 10:50pm
Hihi...same problem here. IÂ´ve searched the whole installation-tree (thanks to my editor Homesite, it is possible to do that) and there is no phrase called "Please fill out" or "it is required" or "fill out" :)
Maybe some developer can sort that mystery-hidden-phrase-thing out.