Yes. I uploaded the files here: http://www.mediafire.com/?a2te05ty6p221ox
Translate them and save them into the main theme directory (by default it’s wp-content/themes/upscale ). Please be aware that the po/mo files must have a valid/special name (which is the language shortcode – see: http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_in_Your_Language ).
I’ve uploaded this file to wp-content/themes/upscale
In my case it was ru_RU.po ru_RU.mo
But nothing happened. English language in the admin area and i some place of front-end was saved.
You must change the wordpress/admin language to Russian.You can get the russian wp version here: http://ru.wordpress.org/
i have russian version.
actually, my setting in wp-config.php looks like this
And with all that things, i’ve got english admin area (includes all labels, signs and so on) and some english in my frontend (for example, edit link in each post). Where am i wrong?
Yes, the theme options panel (and the template builder) aren’t translatable yet. However I’ll report your request to Kriesi. Some frontend text strings are not translatable too and you need to hardcode the translation manually for now (I’ll ask Kriesi to make them translatable with the next update). You can translate the edit links by modifying includes/loop-page.php and includes/loop-index.php – search for following code:
<div class="hr"><?php edit_post_link('Edit', '', ''); ?></div>
and replace Edit with any other word/text of your choice.
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