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I've a multilanguages site in Magento 1.9. In return section there's a table and code of its head is the following:

<table class="data-table" id="my-returns-items-table">
                    <col />
                    <col />
                    <col />
                    <col />
                    <col />
                    <col />
                    <col />
                    <col />
                    <thead>
                        <tr>
                            <th><span class="nobr"><?php echo $this->__('Product Name') ?></span></th>
                            <th><?php echo $this->__('SKU') ?></th>
                            <th class="condition"><?php echo $this->__('Condition') ?></th>
                            <th class="resolution"><?php echo $this->__('Resolution') ?></th>
                            <th><span class="nobr"><?php echo $this->__('Request') ?></span></th>
                            <th><?php echo $this->__('Qty') ?></th>
                            <th><?php echo $this->__('Status') ?></th>
                            <th></th>
                        </tr>
                    </thead>

'SKU' translation in the other languages don't shown and I don't know why. I inserted "SKU","Product" into translate.csv but the string that I see is "UGS". This don't happen for other attribute of tale head. Can you help me please?

Thanks!

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Under certain conditions, translation keys need a module prefix.

  1. Add the if-block below to method _getTranslatedString() in app/code/core/Mage/Core/Model/Translate.php.

    protected function _getTranslatedString($text, $code)
    {
        // ADD THIS BLOCK
        if ( $text == 'SKU' )
        {
            Mage::log('Translation key for SKU: '.$code, Zend_Log::DEBUG, 'sql_translation_key.log', true);
        }
    
        $translated = '';
        if (array_key_exists($code, $this->getData())) {
            $translated = $this->_data[$code];
        }
        elseif (array_key_exists($text, $this->getData())) {
            $translated = $this->_data[$text];
        }
        else {
            $translated = $text;
        }
        return $translated;
    }
    
  2. Visit the page in question.

  3. Check contents of var/log/sql_translation_key.log. You should see something like Translation key for SKU: Module_Name::SKU.
  4. Use the latter as the key in your translate.csv so it looks similar to "Module_Name::SKU","Product".
  5. Remove the if-block

Don't forget to disable translation cache while debugging.

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