Booking form not picking up language constant

11 months 1 week ago #47092 by Kurt

I used to define some texts for JRPORTAL_HORIZROOMSLIST_ESTIMATEWARNING (in /jomres/language/propertyrental/en-GB.php) for 'dobooking' form. Now it will still show the text but if I decide to change it in the language file it will still show the old text.

However if I change the text for JOMRES_AJAXFORM_PARTICULARS, it will work on 'dobooking' form !

HTML Code hereunder (/templates/jr_leotian/html/com_jomres/dobooking.html)

	<patTemplate:comment> ---------------------------------------- Room type dropdowns ---------------------------------------- </patTemplate:comment>
	<patTemplate:tmpl name="roomtype_dropdown_list" type="simpleCondition" requiredVars="ajaxform_available_desc">
	<div class="panel panel-default appear" data-animated="zoomIn" data-start="0">
		<div class="panel-heading">
			<div class="panel-title">{AJAXFORM_AVAILABLE_DESC}</div>
		<div class="panel-body">
			<p class="alert alert-warning">
			<div id="availRooms">

Any hint please ?

Thanks !

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11 months 4 days ago #47104 by Rodrigo Rocco
Please raise a support ticket to check it out in-situ.

Jomres Plugins & Custom Development - -
Please don't PM for support, raise a ticket instead. If you need contact me please via my website.TY

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