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Hi and welcome to the forums, @duncan

That's a very well first post! ^-^

Do you have this also in form of a pw language package?

Or is it easy to generate one from your source? ( I personally haven't done much in regards of translation files, only downloaded and installed ready to use language packs from here: http://modules.processwire.com/categories/language-pack/ ) :grin:

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Instruction for Ukrainian-speaking users:

  1. Завантажити архів (ZIP або CSV)
  2. В адмінці перейти: Setup - Languages - Add New
  3. Заповнити поля: Title -- Українська, Name -- uk
  4. Натиснути кнопку "Save"
  5. Натиснути кнопку "Choose File", щоб обрати завантажений архів, зачекати доки усі змінні завантажаться і натиснути "Save"
  6. У правому верхньому куті обрати Admin - Profile і перемкнути мову на "Українська". Рекомендовано вийти і зайти в адмінку
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11 hours ago, duncan said:

zip?) 

 

uk-wire.zip

:-[

ähhm, ok. Now I've learned something new. I wasn't aware that a single csv file already is a "pw language pack". Until today I thought it must be a bunch of little files.

:)

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please add the lines below to the /wire/modules/Inputfield/InputfieldPageName/InputfieldPageName.module:

        'ґ' => 'g',
        'Ґ' => 'g',
        'ї' => 'i',
        'Ї' => 'i',
        'є' => 'ie',
        'Є' => 'ie',
        'і' => 'i',
        'І' => 'i',
        'ь' => '',
        'Ь' => '',

these are additional symbols of the Ukrainian alphabet

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Hi,

It's better to put them in /site/modules/... in order to keep the additional symbols after each update.

Also, you can normally add them via the backend.

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1 hour ago, Christophe said:

Hi,

It's better to put them in /site/modules/... in order to keep the additional symbols after each update.

Also, you can normally add them via the backend.

thanks for your advice, so did)

I wrote to Ryan, so he added to the release

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