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Loco Translate -> which folder?

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    • #119593
      Jasmin Kronewetter
      Participant

      Hi,

      I’m just wondering if it makes any difference whether I save my translations to:

      – /languages/loco/plugins/wc-frontend-manager-en_GB.po, or
      – /languages/woocommerce/

      I’m obviously just wanting to avoid to overwrite them with future updates.

      The reason I’m asking is because I came across two different articles about this, one suggesting that WooCommerce offers its own safe location at /languages/woocommerce/, and the other one recommending /languages/loco/plugins/wc-frontend-manager-en_GB.po as a safe location.

      I’m guessing they’re both pretty much the same just with a different file structure?

      Thanks for your help,
      Jasmin

    • #119647

      Hello,

      Yes, the functionality is same for two different structure.
      We suggest to save the translate file /languages/loco/plugins/wc-frontend-manager-en_GB.po, because it’s safe from automatic updates of WooCommerce,our WCFM plugins etc.
      Please check the link for more information : https://localise.biz/wordpress/plugin/manual/msginit

      Thanks.

    • #119653
      Jasmin Kronewetter
      Participant

      Great thank you, I’ll do that 🙂

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