RT Login Page Language and Encoding problem

Dear precious RT community, :slight_smile:

I am currently having a language problem in RT 3.8.1 running on FreeBSD.
Login page always comes in English
although I have changed the LexiconLanguages to my local language. But
when a person login to his/her own
account RT shows up in the correct language.

I check the po files and they look ok. Then I decided to translate the
documents in the html files. For instance instead
of <%loc(“Login”)%>, i directly write the equivalent of that in my
language. But in that case rt can’t show the characters
in proper way. I added

To the header but this doesn’t change anything.

I will appreciate to any kind of help or advice.

Thanx in advance,

Çağlar

Login page is localized according to browser settings.

If you want to replace “login” with local translation then you should
use UTF-8 and avoid meta and as well add “use utf8;” into <%INIT>
block. Don’t forget to clear mason cache and restart server.On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 12:11 PM, caglar caglar@ulakbim.gov.tr wrote:

Dear precious RT community, :slight_smile:

I am currently having a language problem in RT 3.8.1 running on FreeBSD.
Login page always comes in English
although I have changed the LexiconLanguages to my local language. But
when a person login to his/her own
account RT shows up in the correct language.

I check the po files and they look ok. Then I decided to translate the
documents in the html files. For instance instead
of <%loc(“Login”)%>, i directly write the equivalent of that in my
language. But in that case rt can’t show the characters
in proper way. I added

To the header but this doesn’t change anything.

I will appreciate to any kind of help or advice.

Thanx in advance,

Çağlar


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Thanx Ruslan,
Your suggestion worked.

Ruslan Zakirov wrote: