Translating group names in language file

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According to the breaking changes documents, group names should be translated like the following in a language file:

<contenttypes>
   <groups>
     <group name="News">My translated name for news</group>
   </groups>
</contenttypes>

I've managed to translate content types, properties, tab names etc, but I can't get it to work for group names? Anyone else run into this problem?

Thanks!

#79533
Dec 19, 2013 15:51
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The new layout is like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>
<languages>
<language name="English" id="en">
<groups>
<default>Defaultsss</default>
<metadata>SEO</metadata>
<news>News</news>
<products>Products</products>
<sitesettings>Site settings</sitesettings>
<specialized>Specialized</specialized>
</groups>
</language>
</languages>

#79553
Edited, Dec 19, 2013 22:16
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Hello Per Nergård,

I have a similar problem when upgrading to EPiServer CMS 7.5 with page properties

I use following code:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>
<languages>
<language name="English" id="en">
<pagetypes>
<pagetype name="StartPage">

<name>Start page</name>
<description>Site start page</description>
<property name="LinkedIn">
<caption>LinkedIn</caption>
<help></help>
</property>
</pagetype>

</pagetypes>
</language>
</languages>

 

I would be very grateful for the help.

Could you write what else has changed in the structure of these files?

 
#79604
Edited, Dec 21, 2013 20:19
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@shpavel: You can read about the changes in Linus Ekströms blog post here: http://world.episerver.com/Blogs/Linus-Ekstrom/Dates/2013/12/New-standardized-format-for-content-type-localizations/.

 

 

#79606
Dec 22, 2013 9:16
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Thanks Per, that's what I needed

#79628
Dec 23, 2013 14:44
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