On Sun, Jan 15, 2012 at 4:55 AM, Christoph H. Larsen <address@hidden>
I silly (probably!) question: In order to customise GNU Health to my
current implementation in Kabul, Afghanistan, I would love to change
some wordings set out in the base configuration, e.g. "Medications" to
"Drugs", and some others. In Plone, this can be done via its ZMI
interface, or - lacking privileges - its translations facility, but is
there any easy way to do so in GNU Health/Trytond?
You can translate terms directly from the tryton frontend. Try :
Administration -> Localization -> Translations
There you can check the translations for all the terms, and for specific modules. You can check it and change it right there.
Also, where can I change the date format from American (mm/dd/yyyy) to
European (dd/mm/yyy)? Obviously, the system GNU Health is running on, is
doing it already in the correct format...
You can change the date format also in the localization menu, but in Languages
Administration -> Localization -> Languages
Check the language you want to check and switch to the Form view. You will see a separator string "Date Formatting" and the field "Date". You can enter there the format "%d/%m/%Y"
Let us know if it worked !
Thanks a lot,
best regards from Afghanistan,
Dr. Christoph H. Larsen
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