How do I setup multilingual products
Hi, when I go to add a product I don't see the translate tab so that I can add my product in the other language I have setup for my site.
Is there something I need to do in order for products to become multilingual?
You'll want to look at the core "field translation" capabilities, as enhanced by the [Entity Translation](http://drupal.org/project/entity_translation) module. There is a blog post referred to on that page that is quite dated but explains the ideas; and Gabor has written several blog posts about Drupal 7 translation capabilities.
Add additional languages
1. Add additional languages (/admin/config/regional/language/add). I added German and French, with English being the preset default.
2. Set "Commerce Product" as translatable at (/admin/config/regional/entity_translation)
3. Edit the product type (/admin/commerce/products/types/product/edit) and set "Multilingual support" to "Enabled via Entity translation".
And... the only thing I want to translate is PRODUCT TILE. Can somebody point me in the right direction ?
"the only thing I want to
"the only thing I want to translate is PRODUCT TILE. Can somebody point me in the right direction ?"
Install and enable Title module ( http://drupal.org/project/title ), then go to 'Manage fields' for your product type and click 'replace' in the Product Title row.
Product Title translation
Ok, this work it gives you access to a title text field. But when in the cart and you switch from one language to another, the translation do not follow. Investigating...
translate the options in attribute field select lists
To develope Product Variation I have created some Products Types with "Term Reference" Field connected to a "Localized" taxonomy vocabulary.
The terms are correctly translated into entity and also when are showed as referenced term, but are not translated inside "Selection Form" of attribute cart.
Unfortunately, Entity Translation coupled with Title don't take you the whole way if you're using Commerce Kickstart, there's a bug that makes it a real bother to translate product fields. I've constructed a small guide for this purpose which also includes some code to work around that bug: http://storleden.se/blogg/how-translate-products-drupal-commerce
where is entity_translation ?
I read your article because I just installed the kickstart2 multilingual distribution. I added 2 languages (Italian, German) using
Home >Administration >Site settings >Advanced settings >Configuration >Regional and language> Languages
Then I went to
Home >Administration >Site settings >Advanced settings >Configuration >Regional and language> Translate interface > Import
and I chose the file it.po and de.po I downloaded from drupal translation repository.
I repeated the chose file for each selection: Built-in Interface and Fields but I didn't imported it for Drupal Commerce because I didn't know if in the Drupal core translation is also included Drupal Commerce group.
My questions are two:
1- Do I use the same it.po to translate Drupal Commerce group too?
2- Where is the entity_translation?
(in Home >Administration >Site settings >Advanced settings >Configuration >Regional and language> there are only these options
Date an time
Thank you for helping.
1. .po files are primarily used to
1. .po files are primarily used to translate the Drupal interface, not its content.
2. Sorry if I was unclear in my article. You need to download and enable the module Entity Translation: https://drupal.org/project/entity_translation
where are the translated string for Drupal Commerce
I'm very new to this work. I learned a bit of Drupal some month ago and I'd like to create a multilingual site without the bloating complication I met using wordpress.
I imagine that some strings of Drupal Commerce are already translated in Italian and German or other languages but I don't know where to find these too, besides the problem of translating the titles.
I can translate the content page of course but I don't like to translate all strings one by one.
Can you indicate me where I can find the already translated strings of Drupal Commerce?
Thank you very much for helping.
Apparently there's good
Apparently there's good coverage of Danish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Russian, and a bit of Spanish.