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Order emails are correct, but my invoice and shipping emails are not fully translated.

Some fields are correct:

  • billing/shipping address titles
  • payment method title

But some get not translated:

  • table headers for ordered items
  • grand total / sub total
  • payment info text ("Kontodaten" vs "Account info")
  • a block from "MageSetup" extension

Differences

  • order email uses {{layout handle="sales_email_order_items" order=$order}}
  • invoice uses {{layout area="frontend" handle="sales_email_order_invoice_items" invoice=$invoice order=$order}}

I've already checked related files, but couldn't find the reason for missing translations. If I use sales_email_order_items for both it works, but seems not to be correct.


Order

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Invoice (for the same order)

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Edit:

Missing translation only appears for programmatically created invoices/shipments.

The code I use is this ...

$invoice->getOrder()->setIsInProcess(true);
$transactionSave = Mage::getModel('core/resource_transaction')
    ->addObject($invoice)
    ->addObject($order)
    ->save();

$emailSentStatus = $invoice->getData('email_sent');
if (!$emailSentStatus) {
    $invoice->sendEmail(true, $customerEmailComments);
    $invoice->setEmailSent(true);
}

But still no idea what wrong here. If I create invoice/shipments from backend translation is OK.

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You will need to add the strings in question to app/locale/{whateverlocale}/Mage_Sales.csv

You can locate the strings required in app/design/frontend/{company}/{theme}/template/email/order/items.phtml

  • They are already there and used for Order Confirmation email, but not for invoice and shipping mails .... – sv3n Jun 22 '17 at 15:01
  • Check inside app/design/frontend/{company}/{theme}/template/email/order/invoice/items.phtml and inside shipment/items.phtml that the strings haven't been taken outside of the translation helper. So it is $this->__('Subtotal') and not just Subtotal etc. – Eirik Jun 22 '17 at 16:09
  • Thanks, but we use base/default template there, so yes ... they are translatable. – sv3n Jun 22 '17 at 16:32

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