Post by moshiurabir » Fri May 28, 2010 8:08 pm

hello
i am very new about opencart . I wanted to install bangla ( Bangladeshi language )translated version . I don't know how to translate default language to another language. I want to Convet English Virtion To Bangla virtion ( Bangladeshi language ) . How i can do that. i know many expert is hare ,they know how to translate language, please any one hare to help me. please say how i can change english to my language, which file i have to edit or create? please tell me . i want to join bangla language to open cart family. if i could then many people can use open cart.

so i invite to help me to change english to bangla language.

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Post by pvtsales » Wed Jun 02, 2010 4:37 pm

1) admin > language > english
make a copy of the folder and rename it to bangla
Then in bangla you'll find a file engliah.php; rename it to bangla.php
You need to translate all files in subfolders (catalog, common,...user) and file bangla.php
May open with notepad++

2) catalog > language > english
make a copy of the folder and rename it to bangla
Then in bangla you'll find a file engliah.php; rename it to bangla.php
You need to translate all files in subfolders (account, checkout,...total) and file bangla.php
May open with notepad++

Come back when done!

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Post by onsisada » Wed Nov 17, 2010 9:03 am

pvtsales wrote:1) admin > language > english
make a copy of the folder and rename it to bangla
Then in bangla you'll find a file engliah.php; rename it to bangla.php
You need to translate all files in subfolders (catalog, common,...user) and file bangla.php
May open with notepad++

2) catalog > language > english
make a copy of the folder and rename it to bangla
Then in bangla you'll find a file engliah.php; rename it to bangla.php
You need to translate all files in subfolders (account, checkout,...total) and file bangla.php
May open with notepad++

Come back when done!
Correct me if i'm wrong.
After this, all of the files need to uploaded to language folder both in admin and catalog?
And then I need to select the new languages in admin panel, to make it works. Is that right?

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Post by ihpalash » Sun Feb 24, 2013 6:40 am

this forum is totally stupid. not solution.

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Post by Dipakkumar » Sat Jul 06, 2013 3:48 am

Here is the complete bengali language pack sample if u need contact me @ skype:dipak.cse ; dkml01@yahoo.com.

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Post by Holder » Sat Jul 06, 2013 9:33 pm

pvtsales after we have translated, what must we do ?

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Post by Dipakkumar » Sun Jul 07, 2013 1:27 am

Here is Admin panel in bengali language pack

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Post by Dipakkumar » Sun Aug 04, 2013 12:55 am

I have completed the bengali language pack successfully.if you need you can contact with me at skype:dipak.cse

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Post by OSWorX » Mon Aug 26, 2013 4:07 pm

Why not publishing the package at the extensions??

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Post by OSWorX » Mon Aug 26, 2013 4:33 pm

onsisada wrote:
pvtsales wrote:1) admin > language > english
make a copy of the folder and rename it to bangla
Then in bangla you'll find a file engliah.php; rename it to bangla.php
You need to translate all files in subfolders (catalog, common,...user) and file bangla.php
May open with notepad++

2) catalog > language > english
make a copy of the folder and rename it to bangla
Then in bangla you'll find a file engliah.php; rename it to bangla.php
You need to translate all files in subfolders (account, checkout,...total) and file bangla.php
May open with notepad++

Come back when done!
Correct me if i'm wrong.
After this, all of the files need to uploaded to language folder both in admin and catalog?
And then I need to select the new languages in admin panel, to make it works. Is that right?
No, this task is stll not complete.
Here again all steps:
1. copy all files from ../catalog/language/english to the new created language folder on your pc
2. copy all files from ../admin/language/english to the new created language folder on your pc
3. rename both english.php to the new language_name.php
4. edit and translate all files ONLY with a qualified editor NOT MS Word !! Save the files with utf-8 and WITHOUT BOM
5. copy both folders to your shop (with your FTP-program)
6. goto Localization > Languages and create a new language with name of the new language (see how english is defined)
7. if the new language shall be the standard go into your store settings and change the standard language
8. done

One final but very important note: I see always language names like english urdu whatever
Try to avoid this and use the official code like en_GB en_US etc.
With this also dialects are possible.

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Post by Dipakkumar » Tue Aug 27, 2013 4:06 pm

Bengali language pack now in opencart extension store please go at:
http://www.opencart.com/index.php?route ... =31&page=4

all version will be available soon.
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Post by OSWorX » Thu Aug 29, 2013 12:29 am

Dipakkumar wrote:Bengali language pack now in opencart extension store please go at:
http://www.opencart.com/index.php?route ... =31&page=4

all version will be available soon.
Thanks
Dipak
Sorry, but you must be simply crazy if you think that someone will pay that price!?

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Post by Dipakkumar » Fri Aug 30, 2013 5:26 pm

ok price is reduced by 50%

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Post by mabs_planner » Wed Mar 12, 2014 10:48 pm

Simply copy and rename sounds very easy. But how to add font? Can anyone please help step by step for creating Bangla language extension. This will be a great help for thousands of new comers like me.

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Post by OSWorX » Wed Mar 12, 2014 11:18 pm

Just 4 information: here is the OpenCart translation project:
https://crowdin.net/project/opencart-la ... ranslation

Every participant is welcome.

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Post by akerbeltz » Fri Mar 14, 2014 6:49 am

Is that the *official* translation site, OSWorx? Just curious because I've been asking about a better platform for ages (see this post http://forum.opencart.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=105745) and have had little response. All of a sudden there are THREE places with a translation project. Which is going to get messy...

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Post by STN » Fri Jun 27, 2014 12:50 pm

Thanks, a client of mine had problems with his translations files not working correctly this fixed it,

To anyone else having problems getting the translation to work, make sure you change it from your opencart admincp and enable the new language from there. I had to delete english language completely to make it work but it was not necessary.

Also use notepad++ instead of ms-word or similar programs.

Thanks once again, saved me hours of headache

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onsisada wrote:
pvtsales wrote:1) admin > language > english
make a copy of the folder and rename it to bangla
Then in bangla you'll find a file engliah.php; rename it to bangla.php
You need to translate all files in subfolders (catalog, common,...user) and file bangla.php
May open with notepad++

2) catalog > language > english
make a copy of the folder and rename it to bangla
Then in bangla you'll find a file engliah.php; rename it to bangla.php
You need to translate all files in subfolders (account, checkout,...total) and file bangla.php
May open with notepad++

Come back when done!
Correct me if i'm wrong.
After this, all of the files need to uploaded to language folder both in admin and catalog?
And then I need to select the new languages in admin panel, to make it works. Is that right?
No, this task is stll not complete.
Here again all steps:
1. copy all files from ../catalog/language/english to the new created language folder on your pc
2. copy all files from ../admin/language/english to the new created language folder on your pc
3. rename both english.php to the new language_name.php
4. edit and translate all files ONLY with a qualified editor NOT MS Word !! Save the files with utf-8 and WITHOUT BOM
5. copy both folders to your shop (with your FTP-program)
6. goto Localization > Languages and create a new language with name of the new language (see how english is defined)
7. if the new language shall be the standard go into your store settings and change the standard language
8. done
One final but very important note: I see always language names like english urdu whatever
Try to avoid this and use the official code like en_GB en_US etc.
With this also dialects are possible.
Dipakkumar wrote:deviatted is Admin panel in bengali language pack
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Post by sammeran » Thu Nov 29, 2018 3:44 pm

Hello Moshiurabir,
there are different sites available to help you translate from English to any another language. You can fairly rely on them. Since you are looking for translating a site into Bangla language, it would be safe to hire a translation agency who offers professional language translator services. It's all about efficiency and accuracy. Here's why I think manual translation still matters

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