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Turkish language file

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14 years 2 months ago #1442 by manyaq
Turkish language file was created by manyaq
Hello i translate the Gary's cookbook to turkish. Maybe it has some wrong translation words but all off it has translated. Hope u will like it.

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File Name: turkish.zip
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14 years 2 months ago #1445 by Gerald
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Thank you i Put it next days to the Package

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14 years 2 months ago #1452 by manyaq
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you are welcome mate. it has got some problems i think i will fix them in a few days.

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13 years 1 month ago #2617 by six gun
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I am in the process of making a Spanish ini file for Gary's Cookbook.

This is good for translating all the static text on the page - the problem is with the dynamic elements which are the recipes themselves.

I discovered an xml file for Joomfish - I have studied this against the db for Gary's cookbook - I cannot see why it does not work properly on my site but it does not. The xml file uses an old version of xml which I updated to xml 1.0.
The xml file layout recommended by Joomfish follows that of the xml for Gary's Cookbook.

I am using Joomfish 2.0RC Joomla 1.5.7 and the latest Gary's Cookbook

It is a shame it does not work -
I would also like a plugin for sh404sef - I notice there is one for Artio Joomsef.
I know they use the db differently but it may be possible to modify this to work with sh404

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