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  1. Bachar Zeidan
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    Hello everybody
    I'm developing with Sitefinity (Version 3.7.2057.2)and i configured my Web.config to have Italian language for my Backend, every thing is ok!
    I notice that when i use another language (not english) some part of my backend remain in english ...see percentuale.png, and for example for creating or editing a news my  backend is completely in my language (in this case : Italian)! see percentuale100.png!and this what I want to have for all my Backend!
    it's interesting to know if exists a way to have a backend completely in an another language!
    it exists?
    thank you very much
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello Bachar Zeidan,

    Most probably the compiled localization resources  that you use are not complete or some of the labels are stored in local resources ( App_LocalResources)

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    Ivan Dimitrov
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  3. Bachar Zeidan
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    hello again,
    it's mean that I have to create new .resx file under Sitefinity/ App_LocalResources like ....it.resx and  set Italian Values for  keys?
    thx
     
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi Bachar Zeidan,

    If you are sure that the language pack you have is correct the problem comes from the resx files. The localization resource that we have are translated by community members and they could be not completed. If you want could send you the default language resources ( in English) and you could translate them.

    Sincerely yours,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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  5. Bachar Zeidan
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    Hello Again,
    I have two questions,
    first, I want to map a template so a don't know it's id, see Template.png,
    I want to know if it exists a way to know the name of a template so if i want to map it, I will find it easily!

    Secondly, In your First question above u said that one of the reason that i can not have a Back-end 100% in my language it can be that my localization resources  are not complete :"Most probably the compiled localization resources  that you use are not complete !" what it's means! some configuration in the web.config ? or you are talking about .resx files!?
    thx you very much!
  6. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi Bachar Zeidan,

    1. Take a look at How to map a template

    2. As for your second question, I sent you a link to a KB that explains why some resources might be incomplete

    By default, the back-end of your Sitefinity website is in English language. However it is not necessary that you have the CMS section of your website in English only. We let our customers to translate the back-end of Sitefinity in their native language and then we compile their translations so that they can use them. This thread will be used to post the localization resources for Sitefinity's back-end that are submitted by the members of the Sitefinity Community.

    Please, note that some of those localization resources can be incomplete and they are not supported by Telerik as they are all client submissions. If you create a new properly working translation of Sitefinity's UI in your language you can send it to us so that we can compile it for you. You can do this by submitting a support ticket with your translation as an attachment.



    Sincerely yours,
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  7. Bachar Zeidan
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    thank you for your answer!
    so, I need to retrieve the name of the .ascx template for customize the "Dash to:" section (see the image posted below).
    Where I can find it?

    thank you so much,
    Bachar
  8. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello Bachar Zeidan,

    OpenSitefinity\Admin\App_LocalResources\Default.aspx.resx there is a key with Name "DashTo" that you have to change.

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    Ivan Dimitrov
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