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joeboxer

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Modifying Language Files
« on: November 04, 2006, 06:53:19 pm »

I would like to change some wording in the english.php file (i.e.: File => Photo, etc).

But I'm concerned that if I change this file directly then in the next update my changes would be overwritten.
On the other hand, if I create a 'new' language then that file would not include prompts referenced in the next version.

I tried adding adding a test entry to the MYTHEME/theme.php file, but that was ignored

(i.e.: $lang_yes = 'Yes'; => $lang_yes = 'Yessssss')

What is the best way to handle this issue? I searched around the forum but was not able to find any reference to it.

Thanks, Joe

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Re: Modifying Language Files
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2006, 08:16:46 pm »

You can't do it via the theme because the language is loaded after the theme. You can do it via a plugin however (action: page_start).
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