pixnflix wrote:What I find important, which I had to solve on a few sites was the ability to have different content for different languages, meaning that not each page or menu item had to have a translation. This seems to be solved in the new setup of Joomla 1.6.
It would be nice if Joomfish kept this setup, I know this was possible with silver/gold membership plugins. But maybe this could be part of the core Joomfish package since it's already implemented in Joomla 1.6
pixnflix wrote:What I found to be helpfull in Joomfish was the detection of changes made in a specific content page (translation incomplete or original changed). So the ability to spot where there needs to be changes in the other languages was a huge bonus.
pixnflix wrote:Also having the ability to click a button to copy the content of one language to the other and having the attributes side by side to compare was something I find helpful.
pixnflix wrote:I only have used the basics of Joomfish, probably there are many more features that if I knew about them I could also comment on them.
pixnflix wrote:It might also be nice to also lock certain people out of making changes to certain languages using the new Joomla 1.6 ACL.
jk1 wrote:How about a few icons that pull i.e. a raw translation from Google's, Yahoo's or Systrans' translation service in a popup window for any selected text. And maybe another icon that pulls a translation of single words from the dictionaries at leo.de? (provided that the above services allow to do that)
jk1 wrote:And yes, I would love to see Joom!Fish 3.0 work nicely together with VirtueMart 2.0
...see here: http://forum.virtuemart.net/index.php?topic=78259.0
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