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how to correct wrong translations strings?

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how to correct wrong translations strings?

Postby ozp » Fri Aug 02, 2013 2:09 pm

There is a error with the brazilian portuguese translation. I've posted another topic about the problems that this error leads.
viewtopic.php?f=13&t=10207

The error is:

Track is translated as "modalidade" (modality) and should be "trilha" (trail/track) or "eixo" (axis)

"Modalidade" can lead the user to confusion with "submission types". I think the reason of this is because its being there translated before the "submission types" implementation (when there was not possible to create submission types)

I want to correct this. How can I do it ?
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Re: how to correct wrong translations strings?

Postby domenico » Sun Sep 08, 2013 12:50 am

To correct translation error you have to open files located in the locale folder. In that folder you can find many language folder. You have to open the xml files in pt_PT for portuguese using a text editor.
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