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  1. Hello everyone. I'm having some issues with Greek as default language, because the page name is not created automatically when enter the title of a new page. Any chance to add support for it? I found this char mapping that might help on line 188 https://github.com/elpak/Greeklish-permalink-wordpress/blob/master/greeklish-permalink/greeklish-permalinks.php Thank you! [EDIT]: A solution This was easier than we thought, we managed to find a solution by looking at how the sanitizer of page names works. This is how the URL looks with this solution: For ProcessWire 3+ (what we tested) find Modules > Core > InputfieldPageName and under the “Character Replacements” Field you can add the mapping you would like. The replacement is not in the Core yet, so adding it for reference. The mapping is adjusted and simplified, and it follows the official Transliteration found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanization_of_Greek α=a ά=a β=b γ=g δ=d ε=e έ=e ζ=z η=i ή=i θ=th ι=i ί=i κ=k λ=l μ=m ν=n ξ=x ο=o ό=o π=p ρ=r σ=s ς=s τ=t υ=y ύ=y ϋ=y φ=f χ=ch ψ=ps ω=o ώ=o Cheers to @PWaddict for also supplying an unofficial mapping and pointing us to the right direction @ryan It would be great if this would be added to the Core sometime in the future and we can assist with further official mappings that are not present in this simplified version. Thank you! Cheers, Elissavet from CrowdLand
  2. Dear all I have created a website for a local newspaper and I am trying to make its search field to work using as input greek words (letters) but in vain. I tried to figure out what is going on and even to borrow any idea from the recent multilingual profile which is optional during new installations...but also on this one I tried to search english or suomi or deutsch words but neither it, was functioning.... I would much appreciated your kind assistance and support
  3. Hello I am a new comer in processwire. I am not a dev but I am really impressed and I wish to take my chances with this fantastic cms/f with the minimal ui. I need to know if anyone could assist me and sorry if this request has been already replied in another thread but obviously I did not manage to find it.... on how I could translate the admin interface in Greek! Thank you in advance for any welcome replies and advices
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