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cmCalendar -> Problem with Russian language

Postby santscho » Sun 30. Mar 2014, 18:18

I have created a language "Russian ru" in the backend of the cmCalendar module. Then filled in the translations for the months and all the other fields. For example: январь, февраль, март... (January, February, March,...).

All non-date related fields are displayed correctly in Russian when the browser is set to Russian language. But all date related fileds (e.g. month and day) are displayed as question marks instead.

Looks like the module has a charset problem?
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Re: cmCalendar -> Problem with Russian language

Postby Oliver Georgi » Tue 1. Apr 2014, 06:48

Ensure that all is UTF-8 and CMS installation too. If you might use WIN-1251 store the translation in that format too.
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Re: cmCalendar -> Problem with Russian language

Postby santscho » Mon 7. Apr 2014, 11:34

Oliver Georgi wrote:If you might use WIN-1251 store the translation in that format too.


Means, I have to change these Russian translated fields separately to WIN-1251 in the MySQL database?
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Re: cmCalendar -> Problem with Russian language

Postby Oliver Georgi » Mon 7. Apr 2014, 12:17

No there are hard-coded language files (I think, do not know the module's programming) — and these have to match the charset you use or must be html encoded.
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Re: cmCalendar -> Problem with Russian language

Postby santscho » Mon 7. Apr 2014, 12:22

But why are the non-date related fields in Russian displayed correctly in cyrillic?
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Re: cmCalendar -> Problem with Russian language

Postby Oliver Georgi » Mon 7. Apr 2014, 12:30

I do not know. Only the coder knows.
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Re: cmCalendar -> Problem with Russian language

Postby breitsch » Tue 8. Apr 2014, 01:15

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Re: cmCalendar -> Problem with Russian language

Postby Oliver Georgi » Tue 8. Apr 2014, 07:08

Grüße an die Schweizer.
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Re: cmCalendar -> Problem with Russian language

Postby santscho » Wed 9. Apr 2014, 22:58

I think, it's a global problem and has not much todo with the cmCalendar module. See my latest post: viewtopic.php?f=16&t=24381
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