General plugins (Local): MoodleCloud Signup and Portal strings

Maintained by Picture of Andrew Nicols Andrew Nicols, Picture of Mathieu Petit-Clair Mathieu Petit-Clair
MoodleCloud Signup and Portal language strings for translation.
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Warning This plugins is not supposed to be installed at your site!

It is only registered here as a wrapper for the UI strings used at the MoodleCloud sign-up and portal pages. Translations provided for this plugin will be processed and used in the UI for the sign up at the site.

See general docs page on translating plugins to get more information on how to contribute translations for the MoodleCloud site.


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  • Picture of David Mudrák
    Wed, Jul 15, 2015, 3:56 PM

    Thanks Andrew for setting up this plugin. The strings are now available in AMOS for the translation. The existing ES and RU translations (by Eloy Lafuente and Marina Glancy, respectively) were submitted as contributions into AMOS and are now waiting for the official lang pack maintainers to approve them.

  • Germán and temudgin
    Wed, Jun 1, 2016, 8:58 AM

    I was translating in AMOS portal:addons.strings.cost | local_moodlecloudsignup

    which has the following English string:

    %price% %currency%

    And I wonder what the meaning/purpose of the %_% enclosing characters is, and whether or not I could/should translate the words 'price' and 'currency'.

    Thanks in advance for your help.
  • Picture of Mathieu Petit-Clair
    Wed, Jun 1, 2016, 10:30 AM
    Hi German,

    I'm glad you ask; these are placeholders that get replaced by the system before output, so they shouldn't be translated. This is string is a special case (since it does not contain anything to translate). Most of the times, the placeholders are used for URLs.

    Thanks for your help translating this!

  • Germán and temudgin
    Wed, Jun 1, 2016, 8:57 PM
    Thanks Mathieu,

    I just updated Moodle Docs at .
    Please feel free to add or change as needed.
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