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Orbital_Themes
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Can someone point me to some step-by-step guide on extracting the POT file from my WP theme?

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This should help :)

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I recommend Codestyling Localization plugin – it automatically scans your theme or plugin and creates a .po file. It’s also a good tool for translating a theme or a plugin.

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e404 said
I recommend Codestyling Localization plugin – it automatically scans your theme or plugin and creates a .po file. It’s also a good tool for translating a theme or a plugin.

I second this. You can translate everything from your wp-admin with a nice interface. Poedit is a pain to use.

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Thanks guys, that helped a lot! I’m now done with the translation for my client. I’ve used the poedit way, the part about the paths was a bit confusing though.

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KarmaThemes said
e404 said
I recommend Codestyling Localization plugin – it automatically scans your theme or plugin and creates a .po file. It’s also a good tool for translating a theme or a plugin.
I second this. You can translate everything from your wp-admin with a nice interface. Poedit is a pain to use.

It doesn’t work on my local WP 3 .2.1:

  • 1) All popups display just -1
  • 2) enable low memory mode doesn’t work, checkbox is always unchecked

Anyone had similar problems?

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