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hello;
i have jforum 2.0.2 running with UTF-8 encoding configured.
the posts are displayed ok in my native language but the 'from' field in the profile (and possibly other profile fields) do not seem to support i18n. am i missing something?
where should i look in the code to see what wrong?
its strange cause everything in the forum exept this is working great.
thanks,
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Which language is?

Only en_US is 100%. Other languages arent' complete, because they weren't completely translated or were translated for an older version of jforum. In all these cases, the forum engine will use English when some "native" translation is found.

Exceptions are 2% of the cases where no I18n support was added yet ( some places in the admin ).

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my language is hebrew.
i translated the resource bundle file.
like i said, everything works ok except some profile fields which is strange cause i guess every thing uses the same connection pool and DB.

what should i look for in the code to solve this? maybe the profile post form should have an 'enc type' attribute on it?

thanks.
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Hi gkatz,
Maybe you can follow the way I do for Chinese fix. See this post
https://coderanch.com/t/574806
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YES!!!
thanks that dod the trick.
hope i new more about the code to know where to go to. but i guess it will take some time.
THANKS for the help.

by the way - will this be committed to CVS?


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gkatz wrote:Y

by the way - will this be committed to CVS?



Yes ;)

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