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After installing the german-language-pack I wonder why the default-template broke...

Because CSS-instructions are translated also! "padding-left" now is "padding-links" - I wonder if it's really necessary to translate CSS...

I found out that it's "[strings]en_left" in global - please add a warning that this string (and "[strings]en_right ") should not be translated (or remove the whole CSS-translation).

Thanks in advance!

Oh, came across this by chance:

Chris Graham said

A usability issue in ocPortal, not just your site. This morning I have fixed it for the next version.
Great, thank you!


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Hi,

Yes, these shouldn't be translated. Unfortunately we are not able to add warnings to launchpad as it doesn't support them, but it is documented in our internationalisation tutorial.

They are there to allow right-to-left languages (i.e. you can set it to right instead of left).


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