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Jintour - multilingual problem in tour profiles and tours

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1 year 2 months ago #46236 by Hamlet
In Jintour properties we make tour profiles and based on them, tours.
How we can translate these tour profile names and created tour names to other languages, without duplicating them.
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1 year 2 months ago #46237 by Rodrigo Rocco
Hi, I am afraid that Jintour name profiles are not translatable. Please create a feature request at Github.

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1 year 2 months ago #46238 by Ally

Hamlet wrote: In Jintour properties we make tour profiles and based on them, tours.
How we can translate these tour profile names and created tour names to other languages, without duplicating them.


Have you considered using regular Jomres property functionality and changing the terminology to suit your needs and then benefiting from the core translation possibilities.

I use hotel functionality for day trips, group tours and adults and children are handled as a total but with split prices.

It works fine.

Good luck

Ally
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6 months 2 weeks ago - 6 months 2 weeks ago #46976 by Hamlet
Thank you Ally. Your suggestion is very helpful. But I encountered a problem.
I have made a new property type, named travel agency and I changed language context accordingly.
The travel agency offers tour packages instead of rooms.
But here the problem arises.
I need to have a different price for each individual package. (similar to the issue discussed in www.jomres.net/forum/How-do-I/24043-tariff-per-room-name ) but it seems there is no way to do that.
Do you have any clue how to solve this?
Last edit: 6 months 2 weeks ago by Hamlet.

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