multilanguage

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    hallo,
    could you please tell me if this calendar can be supported also in a multi-language site? i mean i can only be read in one language only?

    alexandra
    #7707 Reply

    Hi Alexandra,

    You can try the free version with a multi-lingual plug-in of your choice. I’ve not tested it myself, but I’ve been told that it does work. With regards to the ajax calendar, its cached and the key is not locale-dependent so I suspect that it may render the wrong language. I shall look into that and resolve any issues in the 2.4 update of Event Organiser (free).

    Stephen Harris
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