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translation of items in personabar

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    Sebastian!
    Thanks so much for all your input! :)

    I finally managed to translate all the items, but not the button "Close" which I did not find in any of the resources.

    I can not contribute myself in order to have the text in the button "Close" included in one of the resource files, but do you know how I can do in order to ask for a solution in future releases?
    /Peter


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      I found an interesting information regarding the editbar in the link below:
      https://dnntracker.atlassian.net/browse/DNN-9376

      I did not understand if the problem is supposed to be solved or not? Can someone explain?

      In my install of dnn version 9.4.1 the items below are not translated even though I have translated the texts which I thought controls this.

      • "Close" (Button Label)

      • "Page Settings" (Button Help Text)

      • "Add Module" (Button Help Text)

      • "Add Existing Module" (Button Help Text)

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