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2 years 5 months ago #42817 by denis
hello,
the "Edit email template" shows me only english text.
text as:
Hello
Thank you for your booking at
Booking details:
Booking number:
Arrival:
Departure:
Number of guests:

and so on... (see attach file).

I'd like to translate it in italian / french / ...
is there a way to do this?

thanks in advance!
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2 years 5 months ago #42818 by Rodrigo Rocco
Change language with the joomla language switcher, edit template, and save.

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2 years 5 months ago - 2 years 5 months ago #42819 by Mirko
For editing the e-mail templates take a look here: https://www.jomres.net/manual/property-managers-guide/48-your-toolbar/settings/254-email-templates .
Just change to the language you want to translate (as you do with the property details) and edit + save the template.

Edit: ...ooops, Rodrigo was faster ;)
Last edit: 2 years 5 months ago by Mirko.
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4 months 3 weeks ago #47081 by Vaggelis
Hello,
Can you please tell me where exactly are the Email Templates settings in the latest version of Jomres?

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