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@ all single post pages the text to indicate one needs to be logged on to leave a comment is not displayed as expected I have this gettext:

msgid "You must be %1$slogged in%2$s to post a comment."
msgstr "U moet %1$singelogd%2$s zijn  om een reactie achter te laten op dit artikel."

Which is loaded on single.post via comments.php there using:

<?php printf(__('You must be %1$slogged in%2$s to post a comment.', 'framework'), '<a href="'.get_option('siteurl').'/wp-login.php?redirect_to='.urlencode(get_permalink()).'">', '</a>') ?>

The language file is loaded via the parent theme's functions.php using load_theme_textdomain( 'framework', TEMPLATEPATH.'/lang' ); which should load the language file from the parent or child theme I think.

But the text I see is U moet iingelogd zijn op om een reactie achter te laten op dit artikel. How does this exta i get there?

Does TEMPLATEPATH only look for the lang file in the child theme? I do not think so otherwise I would have had no text getting translated as the child has no language file And second, if one is not true, why do I get this odd text?

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closed as too localized by toscho Mar 6 '13 at 23:37

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I guess there's something else interfering with your strings. Try to deactivate all plugins. –  kaiser Mar 7 '12 at 11:39
    
Thanks for the feedback. Could be the case. Will try to check this when the site has low traffic somewhere this weekend or next week. –  rhand Mar 17 '12 at 5:21

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