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GigPress 1.3.1 for Germans and Swedes

Posted by Derek on Friday, April 18th, 2008 | 9

Version 1.3.1 is now available, which includes translations for German (thanks Stefan and Anika!) and Swedish (thanks Julian!).

This small update also fixes a bug that prevented the “opens in a new window” text that makes up the title attribute on certain links from being translated into local languages.

UPDATE: Polish DJ Equalibrium just sent in a Polish translation, so I’ve added it into the 1.3.1 download as well.

9 comments

  1. daniel
    April 19th, 2008
    1:28 pm #

    Hi, thanks for this great plugin!

    What can I do to activate the German localization?

    Best wishes

    Daniel

  2. daniel
    April 19th, 2008
    1:42 pm #

    Sorry works fine now. After the automatic update via 2.5 it didn’t work, but after downloading and upgrading everything runs great. Thanks again.

  3. Jorge
    April 21st, 2008
    10:48 am #

    Same for me: Automatic upgrade messed up my language (reverted to English). I reuploaded the languages folder and it seems to be fine.

  4. Derek
    April 21st, 2008
    11:00 am #

    I’ve had some other comments about the automatic upgrading causing problems. I don’t think there’s anything I can do on this end to fix that … the WP dev team just needs to work out some kinks in the process I think.

  5. Espen M. Kvalheim
    May 16th, 2008
    4:45 am #

    Hi there! Just translated GigPress into Norwegian for a friend, and thought that you may wanted to have it?
    The only thing is this: I can’t find any contact info for sending it to you :D

    And a request: Is there any way to get the trash-thingy more up and in front? I spent a half-an-hour to fint out why my deleted show didn’t disappear from my front-page :D

  6. Derek
    May 16th, 2008
    9:00 am #

    @Espen – a Norwegian translation would be great – you can find my email address on the FAQ page.

    As for the trash – shows in you trash should definitely not be appearing in your shows listing. You may have improperly completed an upgrade. Try deactivating and then reactivating – or deleting the plug-in and reinstalling entirely (your show data and settings will stay intact.)

  7. CB
    June 17th, 2008
    12:14 pm #

    Great Plugin.

    - is it possible to call the application from a custom template? I tried , but this results in a blank page.

    - i’d also like to suggest that you consider adding a forum here, so people can share / discuss their modifications.

  8. CB
    June 17th, 2008
    12:17 pm #

    edit – the code i posted got filter out by the form.

    i tried PHP? [gigpress_upcoming] PHP.

  9. Derek
    June 20th, 2008
    2:15 pm #

    @CD – sorry for the delay in responding … you should be able to call the function from a template like so:

    <?php gigpress_upcoming(); ?>

    and likewise for past shows:

    <?php gigpress_archive(); ?>

    As for a forum – it takes a lot of maintenance, which is time I don’t have, but I’ll consider it.

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