Adapting the Localization update module
- Download module l10n_update
- Enable modules locale, l10n_update in:
Click "Add language"
- In pull-down menu: Choose your new language, then click "Add language"
- On the page:
Select your new language as default
Drupal is now importing interface translations. This can take a few minutes.
When it's finished, you'll get a confirmation page:
The language <em>yourlanguage</em> has been created and can now be used
with a summary of all translation files that have been pulled.
Manually updating the interface translations
admin/config/regional/languagechoose the "Translation updates" tab
- Change "Check for updates" to something else than "Never".
- To execute updates, go to:
- You should see English and your new language.
- Choose the "Update" tab
- On the bottom of the page, you can initiate an update
Cron will now check for updated translations, and will report the update status on the status page:
You see a list of all modules and their translation status
Updating the interface translation with drush
You can also use drush to update your translations:
drush l10n-update Update translations.
drush l10n-update-refresh Refresh available information.
drush l10n-update-status Show translation status of available projects.