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Postby MarceloCarvalho » Fri Nov 01, 2013 12:02 pm


I'm having a issue after upgrading OJS to from The upgrade worked well, but we are in trouble with a change introduced somewhere in between these two versions. I'm sure this is not a technical question, by the way.

Our articles are commonly written in brazilian portuguese, but they do have keywords and abstract in english also. After test upgrading my users reported that OJS now offer pdfs to download as "full text" in both portuguese and english with portuguese text in both.

Is possible to tell OJS to behave more like the old version?

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Re: Is

Postby asmecher » Wed Nov 06, 2013 2:37 pm

Hi MarceloCarvalho,

This change was introduced in; you can revert it by backing out the patches there. (I haven't tried this specifically, but the change is fairly trivial.)

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