@pranalipatel I was expecting this default answer as it is the same answer you give to every topic or post that has the word “translation” in it. I appreciate your knowledge and everything but you should really read the question texts in a more comprehensive way. Otherwise it is a waste of time for you and the other side.
I will try to simplify it for you:
It is not about the plugin being translation ready, I am aware of the pot file in the directory. But the problem is the plugin does not implement some “translated” strings into the website. For example; there is a string in the pot file “%s added %s.” When you translate it and upload to the languages directory, on the website you see the word “added” still stays the same as in English. So the above sentence includes two languages on the website, which is beyond absurd for the users. As you might understand, this problem has nothing to do with the plugin being translation ready. For some reason the web site does not implement some translated strings. This is problem number 1.
Number 2 is that when I try to translate %s added a %s (singular) and %s added %d %s (plural), Poedit gives an error saying that:
Error: a format specification for argument 3 doesn’t exists in
As a result I can not translate these strings.
These problems mentioned above are solely about the plug in itself. It is not about other plugins, codes or themes messing with the rtMedia. This is about rtMedia not being able to create a proper language translation system for the plugin. We have a saying in my country, “Managed to pass the sea, drowned in the river”. You manage to create one of the most useful plugins for buddypress but for somehow you can not make it with the translatable texts.
I am not looking for some translations for my language, I am able to make my own translations if you can provide me with a working translation infrastructure. And this should be rtMedia’s priority as it is solely the plugins problem. Right now I can not use the plugin since 2 languages in 1 sentence is not something I would like my users to see.