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Polyglot (adj.), w: someone who aptly and with a high level of fluency uses many languages.
Is it possible to translate the word “Arabic” without editing the file (wp-admin/includes/ms.php) ?
Rasheed Bydousi, Andrew Nacin, pavelevap, and 1 other are discussing. Toggle Comments
Good call. Actually ALL of them should be translatable, IMO.
So I prefer to edit the file instead of translating so many strings …
Can you please not manually edit wp-admin/includes/ms.php for 3.4? Unless you really want to, but you haven’t since this was introduced way back in 3.0. I will resolve this in 3.5.
No, it is not. Sorry. This will likely be a 3.5 project.
There is also ticket for this
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