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I believe you will need 2 files called

 

includes/languages/romainian.php

admin/includes/languages/romainian.php

 

and 2 directories called

 

includes/languages/romainian

admin/includes/languages/romainian

 

Although you have files called index.php in these directories they contain translations of the "headings" on these pages.

 

To make Romainian the default language go to your sop admin area

 

Localization >> Languages

 

Either highlight the line for Romainian. >> Edit and check default.

 

Or if required set up a Romainian record. Directory name should be

 

romainian

 

So it matches the directory above.

 

Next you need to sort out your currency

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I believe you will need 2 files called

 

includes/languages/romainian.php

admin/includes/languages/romainian.php

 

and 2 directories called

 

includes/languages/romainian

admin/includes/languages/romainian

 

Although you have files called index.php in these directories they contain translations of the "headings" on these pages.

 

To make Romainian the default language go to your sop admin area

 

Localization >> Languages

 

Either highlight the line for Romainian. >> Edit and check default.

 

Or if required set up a Romainian record. Directory name should be

 

romainian

 

So it matches the directory above.

 

Next you need to sort out your currency

 

Hi there,

I've done the same with the dutch pack but it doesn't change anything. I put the files to the directories as told.

 

"open phpmyadmin and click your database open (on the lef side).

then go to: SQL

Then give location of update_configuration_to_dutch.sql and click

on start (the file contains queries that will be executed --> read: Translate a part from database to Dutch.)"

 

The readme of the dutch pack says that I should do something in PhpMyAdmin but I don't understand that part:P I know how to come in phpmyadmin SQL page but after that I don't understand :(

 

plz someone?

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