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wpForo 1.x.x Google Recaptcha language issue

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pesimist57
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The Google Recaptcha issue has not been fixed.

There are problems in the application language.
Sample :

English language appears when logged in with Chrome.
It appears in Turkish when logged in with IE.

 

The "new" label language does not change in unread messages even if it is updated.

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Robert
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Posted by: @pesimist57

The Google Recaptcha issue has not been fixed.

There are problems in the application language.
Sample :

English language appears when logged in with Chrome.
It appears in Turkish when logged in with IE.

There is no any issue with the reCAPTCHA. reCAPTCHA's language is based on your browser language. It automatically detects the browser language and display it with that. It seems your IE browser is well configured or it uses your OS language so you see correct language, but the Chrome is not configured. So we have nothing to fix here. People see reCAPTCHA language based on their browser language.

Posted by: @pesimist57

The "new" label language does not change in unread messages even if it is updated.

You should search for "{new}" word, not for "new". The [new] indicator can be changed or translated using the {new} phrase.

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pesimist57
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@robert

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There is no any issue with the reCAPTCHA. reCAPTCHA's language is based on your browser language. It automatically detects the browser language and display it with that. It seems your IE browser is well configured or it uses your OS language so you see correct language, but the Chrome is not configured. So we have nothing to fix here. People see reCAPTCHA language based on their browser language.

I think the problem originates from you.

Because I use a different plugin to fix this error and it works steadily! (reCaptcha by BestWebSoft)

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You should search for "{new}" word, not for "new". The [new] indicator can be changed or translated using the {new} phrase.

Thank you.

I updated it as you said.

 

 

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Robert
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Posted by: @pesimist57

I think the problem originates from you.

Because I use a different plugin to fix this error and it works steadily! (reCaptcha by BestWebSoft)

We just let reCAPTCHA to detect the language automatically from users browser. We don't force it to display the language based on your WordPress installation. Other plugins do that but we don't. This is the main different. It should be flexible not forced.

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pesimist57
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@robert

I understand you.

But my browser is in Turkish.

I am getting the same mistake right now.

It looks in English.

 

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Robert
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Is this a mobile browser?

Where can we see the browser language?

How about the IE browser. Why it shows correct language?

 

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Findbmx
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Me too would like to force it to my site language rather than letting it automatically choose for itself. any way to do that through editing function.php or sth?

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Chris
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Hi @findbmx,

In some cases, the browser may have multiple languages and the reCAPTCHA cannot determine the correct language. Here is a similar example: https://superuser.com/questions/1187822/how-to-change-recaptcha-language-on-websites/#answer-1187829

By default, wpForo set reCAPTCHA language "auto", this allows reCAPTCHA use the browser language.

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