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How to use Transifex translations

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Hello. Is there any easy way to export current transifex translations for in example "SP Page Builder 3" and install it on Joomla website?

The only way I found is to save separatly file after file and change local code in filenames and then upload them via ftp.

Can You provide some tutorial/tips or ready to download packeges once a month or so? It would be very helpfull.

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
It's not fully complete but use
tak ma instalator

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
not possible directly to install. Each time during downloading you have to rename file.
About what language we are talking about.

sitte

More than a month ago #Permalink
I need polish package I think needed are at least: Helix3, SP Page Builder 3

From what I checked there is a way to download translation via curl:
curl -i -L --user api:<APIKEY> -X GET https://www.transifex.com/api/2/project/sp-page-builder-3/resource/en-gbcom_sppagebuilderini/translation/pl_PL/

I checked it works. It should be easy to prepare some simple script that from time to time runs few curl requests and saves ready to use package. Please consider making such solution. If we prepare some working solution first then I'll send it to You.


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