Change My Settings - location of its language file

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Change My Settings - location of its language file

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Hi, I try to translate the labels on the form (screen capture image attached), but cannot locate the lower case entries in the only language file I found for the FEU module.

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They are probably the names of the variables that you use in the form.

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Yes, they are. I would like to translate them, though if that is possible. It seems, though that it is more difficult than tranlating lang strings. In future release, I would certainly recommend to keep all literal definitions in the lang file.
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They come with the default template you use, you could rename them there...

Personally I allways use their ID-number in the templates, as then the variable/label doesnt change when you rename them...

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In your opnion, can these variable be translated in the form I attached previously. If so (via a replacement) what files I need to look into so that I do not miss any files where these variable are being referenced to. Combaning evrything to be translated in a single lang file seems like the safe way to go about translation, but in this particular case it would be rather unusual to leave the as is (in English).

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they cant be modified in a file, you should modify them in the form and its templates...


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Could you possibly identify the files that I need to deal with. I looked, and could not find these form, only those of login and logout.

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I guess that these are the labels of the properties belonging to the group the user belongs to. Check the edit-link in the groups of FEU.

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Thanks. It makes sense. I go and check.
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Unortunately, no variables to change there.
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Arent they the 'properties'? As first you make properties, and then you attach them to the group... It looks like it are these..

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Thanks a lot. This was it!
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