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I was checking the built-in plugins in the latest version of Question2Answer (v1.8.1) and I noticed there are some hard-coded phrases in there.

The documentation describes how to make plugins localization-friendly so I wonder why localization is not included for these plugins.

Q2A version: 1.8.1
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Do you have some examples? Most I think use the core language files.
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@jair Wait a second... you mentioned there might be a missing feature and, once confirmed it is missing and that it could be improved, you developed it and shared it with the community? You deserve https://imgur.com/a/izd68MJ
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Oh thank you @pupi1985, I'm glad it was helpful :-)

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Oops, I was looking at the ones in qa-include/plugins/ and not qa-plugin/

Yes I see what you mean. Looks like most of the options in those plugins don't use language files. Those plugins were first created before the plugin localization feature was added, so I guess it's just an oversight. I'll look at fixing that.
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