Updating translate

13-Mar-2021 21:21

So I can replicate it in a fresh installation and we can debug it further with the help of our developers. Bigul @Bigul, You'll find that the translation is only correctly updated if you save the Confirmation or Notification twice in a row (the second time without making any changes).I have tried to reproduce the issue on my test installations and it works as expected. Here is a video showing off the issue: Hello, Thank you for the updates.This is the technical support forum for WPML - the multilingual Word Press plugin.Everyone can read, but only WPML clients can post here.The Notifications have exactly the same problem as point 1 above, but using the `gform_pre_notification_save` filter.

In our example we are adding Arabic to the project: When you click the Save button the new language will be added for translation.

I can replicate the issue on the test installation after upgrading to Gravity Forms 2.4.4. Bigul Hello, For your kind updates, the bug is escalated to our developers now and they are working on the fix.

The issue is existing after the initial debugging steps. We will get back to you as early as possible when we have feedback from our developers on this.

Please try the following steps after a backup and check you are getting the expected result or not.

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1) Complete the translation of the Gravity Form 2) Update the Gravity form again after a minor edit to refresh the translation settings 3) Open the Gravity form for translation in WPML Translation Editor 4) Make sure the Confirmation message string is showing correctly in Translation Editor -- Thanks!

page=wpml-translation-management/menu/translations-queue.php&job_id=21 I expected to see: My new Notification or Confirmation message Instead, I got: The old Notification or Confirmation message before the update was made. I will do my best to help you to resolve these issues.

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