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Pre Purchase Question 4 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0  
Hi.. Im currently using SEF Translate (free) on a site running Jomsocial and Kunena forums with users speaking English, Spannish and German.

The bulk of the published content on the site is in english, and SEF translate seems to work fantasticly and I am hoping to update to the pro version shortly to take advantage of the extra features.

One problem I am facing however, is that as the site is mostly english, we have english chosen as the default on the component settings general page. when a user posts onto the forum in spanish however, it is not translating the post to english for the english users.

I realise that SEF translate is not translating it because it thinks it is already english, but I am hoping there is a way around this, so that the english users of the forum can have the same functionality as our spanish and german friends without having to resort to copying and pasting forum posts to google a translation service.
 
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Re:Pre Purchase Question 4 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 61  
Hello,

First of all in sef translate component we direct set from what languages translate and to languages what need take.
That created for remove some errors with incorrect check w=hat language have some web page. We think site admin best of all know yours site language.

But if you wish give to Translate engine self check site language, you need in SefTraslate free version, in sef translate module find all code look like below

Code:

              $jqST(function($){$jqST('body').translate('<?php echo $settings['site_language']; ?>', $jqST.cookiesef('seflang'), {toggle:true});});


and replace it to

Code:

              $jqST(function($){$jqST('body').translate( $jqST.cookiesef('seflang'), {toggle:true});});


That need do fo all ".translate" places

Thanks,
OrdaSoft team
 
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Re:Pre Purchase Question 4 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0  
Thank you for the tip/

I have changed the code where you have indicated and the result seems to work most of the time.
I am guessing tha the times it does not work, is when there are a lot of spelling mistakes or words the translation API does not understand.

I will be posting a few ideas in teh wishlist that I think would make this the perfect translation component for joomla!.
 
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Re:Pre Purchase Question 4 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 61  
Hello,

Any idea from you will best

I have changed the code where you have indicated and the result seems to work most of the time.
You may vote for us on joomla org and write excellent review That will also help for us

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OrdaSoft team
 
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