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    Topic:   Custom translations  

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      I commented on the forum recently (Technical and genealogical contacts #post 4595) that I was looking at a way of simplifying the creation of “custom language files”.

      Well, I have succeeded, at least to an extent, and this will be a new addition in the upcoming release kiwitrees 3.1.

      Here is a picture of the edit screen:

      A full FAQ for it is here:

      A couple of key points:

      • It is an alternative not a replacement for the old file-based custom language files. Any of those you have will still work.
      • Like those (except ‘.mo’ gettext files) it can only be used for simple texts, not those with gender based alternatives, plurals, data variables etc.
      • This stores the translations in the database and requires no special files at all. No need to FTP anything to  / from your server, nor worry about what text editor you use or getting the code right.
      My personal kiwitrees site is
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