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Import language Applications

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I post now here a new topic, because here no IPS staff answer for month.

When import a application it overwrite still all languagepacks.

Solution for this big problem:

Give us a dropdown when importing a languagepack (application).

So we can select the language pack in which we would import the application (or if no one selected create a new languagepack / install the application to all languagepacks).

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Yes, most important feature for foreign clients! :)

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Old story: http://community.invisionpower.com/tracker/issue-22197-import-separated-xml-apps-update-all-language-sets/

The same was repported for 3.0.X family...

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That's what we've been really missing... Rep for you!

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Think that should be done in a few minutes and we can finally import applications without problems! thumbsup.png

Ahh, just for the record:

When import a Appication to a selected languagepack, the IP.Board should import the DEFAULT values from the application language file to all other (not selected) languagepacks.

So we have no problem! :)

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Posted

Hello? :unsure:

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Honestly, I wouldn't expect this before 3.2.0! Who knows... maybe later.

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[quote name='Adriano Faria' date='21 June 2010 - 05:01 AM' timestamp='1277139719' post='1975670']
Honestly, I wouldn't expect this before 3.2.0! Who knows... maybe later.



i think they will consider it in v4.1.0.0.0.0.0.0 whistle.png

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We know about this suggestion. I didn't have anything to add which is why I didn't reply. :)

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