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Made many fixes in version 1.2.33 of the Store Locator plugin for the many of you that have been experiencing trouble with gray / blank maps.
It should be 100% fixed now, if you find otherwise, say so here in the comments! Otherwise enjoy. More fixes coming, hoping to speed up development during the Holiday Season.
Lastly, the translation template has been updated. Please provide a translation if you create one for your plugin. Here’s the template:
Leaving you with this! …
For the time being … Have decided to continue to provide updates to Version 1.2 while still concurrently developing Version 1.3, which has been a big undertaking to bring some exciting features.
Additionally, to allow for quicker development, addons will be unavailable starting Friday, Oct. 30rd, 2009 — this will allow improvements to the addon system, and 100% focus on development of new features (many of which we hope to be a surprise), since support is always provided for addons. Themes will still be available however.
In the Meantime…
1) Continue submitting your suggestions — You can do so in the comment section
2) More translations still needed — you can use this translation template to get started: [download#13#nohits] .
… to make translating easier, will most likely set up a dedicated page for translations, so that everyone can see who made the specific translations and also so people can collaborate.
Store Locator Translations are needed to better localize our WordPress Store Locator plugin.
If you have translated it into a different language, make sure to email the PO translation file to info [at] viadat.com … You might even get something nice in return … How does a free Store Locator upgrade sound?
If you would like to translate, but don’t know how, here are some quick steps:
1) Download the Most Recent Translation Template:
2) Download the program PoEdit:
3) Install PoEdit on your computer
4) Open the Store Locator Translation Template using PoEdit
*PoEdit allows you to translate individual phrases in the code, thus you should translate each phrase that appears. Once you’ve finished, and you save the PO translation file, an MO file (Machine-readable version of your human-readable PO file) will be generated. Email both files to us, and tell us what language it is. And you’re finished — simple, correct?
Countries Needed for Language Translation:
* Austria (German)
* Australia (English)
Belgium (Dutch, French, German)
* Brazil (Portuguese)
* Canada (English, French)
* Switzerland (German, French, Italian)
* Czech Republic
* New Zealand (English)
* Taiwan (Chinese [traditional])
United Kingdom (English)
United States (English)
China (Chinese [simplified])
* Hong Kong (English, Chinese [simplified], Chinese [traditional])
* South Korea
* Singapore (
English, Malay, Chinese [simplified], Tamil)
Happy New Year to All this our New Year’s 2009 Release — Version 1.1 — with more to come.
Your suggestions, emails, support and enthusiasm for this plugin are much appreciated, so keep on giving your great feedback. We’ve also been upgrading our development processes and tools, so you can expect additional updates in soon.
We’ve created a .po template that will allow for translation of this plugin into multiple languages — so far, we’ve translated it into French (.po & .mo files are included in the ‘/languages/’ directory of this plugin). To translate this plugin into another language, you can
Download the .po template file here:
Changelog For This Release:
(In order to use a different language, make sure the place the .mo + .po file in the ‘/wp-content/plugins/store-locator/languages/’ folder and change the ‘WPLANG’ constant in the ‘wp-config.php’ file in the root wordpress folder to the language. [e.g. for French use “define(‘WPLANG’, ‘fr_FR’)”]
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