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PredWeb JPhotoEditor v2.0 & 3.0 for Joomla 1.7, 2.5 & 3.0

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Translating PredWeb JPhotoEditor v2.0 & 3.0 to your language:

To translate the editor to your language, first download the sample English language pack from the "Downloads->PredWeb Joomla! Photo Editor" section. Unzip the file in a folder of your choise and open the "en.jpel" file in an editor (Notepad++) is a good choise.

When you open the file you`ll see the language strings as a pair like below:

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The firrst part of the pair, before the "§" sign have to remain as it is, while the second part, after the "§" have to be translated. Make sure each pair is on a separate line. Once you finish the translation, save the .jpel file with the same name as the language code it will use (no spaces or special characters!!!). For example, if you translate it to a Norwegian language, the file name will be "no.jpel". Also, make sure the file encoding is UTF-8 no BOM.

Creating an installation language package:

In the same folder where you extracted the sample English language pack you`ll find a jpel.xml file - open it in the editor. Inside you`ll see an XML structure like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

All you have to do is to replace "en" with your new language code. In our example "no" (make sure the language code here is same as the .jpel file name). Replace the "English" in the "<lang_native_name>" tag with your new native language name. In our example "Nynorsk". And at the end replace the "English" in the "<lang_en_name>" tag with your new language name in English. In our example "Norwegian". So, your new file will look like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

When you are done, save the file where you new "no.jpel" file is, without changing the name. Also, make sure the file encoding is UTF-8 no BOM.

So, now you have 2 new files "no.jpel" and "jpel.xml". Now just zip those two files together in a .zip archive, and name it the way you want.

Installing your new language:

Login to your Joomla! backend. Go to "Components -> PredWeb Joomla Photo Editor" and select "Language Manager". On top you`ll see "Install Language" field - click on "Browse...". Select you new language pack (the .zip file you create) and click on "Install".

This is it. Enjoy. And make sure you send me your translation, so I may share it with the community :-)