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30 July 2009 at 1:14pm
Whenever I try to create a translation of an ImageGallery, all of the galleries created are not visible in the new translation language.
Is this the expected behaviour? How can I avoid this? I only want to translate the title of the gallery.
4 August 2009 at 2:32am
4 August 2009 at 4:11am
Same here and I would also like to know it is expected behaviour.
4 August 2009 at 8:10am
I'm not sure what has to be done to get ImageGallery working with Translatable. Part of the reason is I don't really know what Translatable is supposed to do in the first place. If someone can shed any light on what I need to do to get it working, I would be happy to take a look and implement the change.
6 August 2009 at 5:24am
The Translatable module lets you have versions for different languages of Data Objects.
It creates a different page for each language, and it shows the right page depending on your locale definition.
I'm not a PHP dev so I'm sorry I can't be more specific about it.
9 August 2009 at 1:27am
Right now what happens is that when I try to create a new Album in the translated page and then go to the Photos tab, I get the message "You have no albums. Click on the Albums tab to create at least one album before adding photos."
If then I change to the original language page, I have there the Album I created in the translated page...
9 August 2009 at 2:49am
I'm getting so disappointed with is...
Because I've built everything and now, at the end, when I want to put the translation, EVERYTHING fails. Image Galleries, Team Pages, everywhere I use a DataObject i'm completely screwed. And I've seen other people here with the same problems, and there's no solution for this.
I'm getting so frustrated, I might just give up and just port this to Joomla, which I HATE.
9 August 2009 at 6:42am
No! Joomla sucks!
I was just doing some reading on the Translatable docs, and it seems like this could be the limitation:
"Keep in mind that the Translatable extension currently doesnâ€™t support the exclusion of properties from being translated - all custom properties will automatically be fetched from their translated record on the database. This means you donâ€™t have to explicitly mark any custom properties as being translatable."
The checkpoint for the "no albums" message you're getting is just a simple if($this->Albums()), so I'm wondering if that function is respecting the Translatable and only looking for albums in the current locale. Try changing that line to:
if(DataObject::get("ImageGalleryAlbum,"ImageGalleryPageID = $this->ID"))
Also, if you want to translate the Album info, wouldn't you have to add a Translatable decorator to the ImageGalleryAlbum object? Or have you already?
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