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Started by Allan Koburg Frederiksen, February 03, 2012, 11:10:42 AM

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Allan Koburg Frederiksen

I have a problem or an issue?

I have installede my vm2 with english language and all works fine. (since there was no danish lang yet)
now I have almost made my own danish lang for wm2. and tried to change to danish. but now the products are gone in the admin and the front end.

does this mean that I have to make same products for each language ? i thought it was only the description. but all is gone in the danish backend
no sku number categories or any thing.

or is there something I need to do. hope you can help me because need this site up runing very soon.

regards allan


Which exact versions of Joomla and Virtuemart do you use?
A danish translation for Joomla 2.5 is available here:
A partial danish VM2 translation (main files translated) is available here:
Non-English Shops: Are your language files up to date?

Allan Koburg Frederiksen

im running vm2 ang joomla 1.7.3

thanks for the link to the vm2 danish lang pack but i allready as i wrote have translated it by myself. and I got the danish lang for joomla.

but the issue is this:

1. I installede the vm2 in enligsh backend/frontend and put some products on the site. (i did at the time have danish joomla lang but not in vm2 because it was not finished biig file)
2. then I installede the vm2 danish files in the backend and fronted.
3. I then go to the joomla configuration/lang manager and change lang. to danish.
4. all vm2 is now translated nice!
5. but all the products are missing in danish lang! I thought it was only the product descrip and products name etc. that where missing because of the english.
6. But no all product are gone I don't even get a sku number and also the categories are gone whats wrong ?
7. something i missing/ doing wrong ??

regards allan


Non-English Shops: Are your language files up to date?