Dear Support staff,
please don't blame on me for "trick" requests... they indeed are suggestions for new and interesting features a program called STORE MANAGER should have...
Actually if such features are present and/or its results might be archieved in any other way with actual MSM features, well, I would be happy to know...
I've came across the need to track down items which might have been left over while translating their name and descriptions into different languages...
It seems to me that it's not possible to list WHICH items have been translated and which ones not yet... not even in a readable list (not looking for a filter in this case, just to be able to read different languages in the main grid...).
Or is there any mean of doing this ?
Apr 07, 2014
I can solve this problem for you.
Give me you Crowdin login and translation project.
I'll change your status to profreader.
In this case you can filter translated words and phrases.
See screenshot -
the screenshot of what I mean does not actually exist: that's what I was looking for...
Let me try to explain it again.
When I have thousands of items for sale in the shop, it happens they are loaded into different sessions, and it may happen that someone forgets to enter translations, or just enter a wrong one, or just leave it empty (which is indeed the main language one then...).
To be able to track the above problems, it would be nice to have the chance to be able to see the fields which might be translated in a GRID FORM, more or less like the MAIN GRID which Magento Store Manager presents on items opening.
This way, having a list, fields to be fixed would appear in a much more easy way, instead of moving from item to item with the arrows available at the bottom (which require lot of time and move to the main page every single time).
Or is there any other way this might be done ?
Another way would be to export the database, work on it externally and then reimporting it all...
Or to edit the needed fields within MAGENTO... which might look even faster at the moment...
But this is against Store Manager "key-points"... or am I wrong ?
You can change language by switching Magento Store View.
It is not possible to combine all together in one product grid for languages.
Please look at Magento backend.
All you need is to switch Store View to get necessary language.
see screenshots -