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The site language is defined as Hebrew. So I get translated error messages.
It's a terrible thing. It is difficult to understand, it is difficult to search on Google, the directions of the text are confused (because some part of the message is written in English /ltr/ and some in Hebrew /rtl/).

Is there any way to keep the site language as Hebrew, but to force the system to output error messages in English?

  • What kind of error and where do you get the error messages, can you give an example? – birgire Dec 26 '18 at 22:42
  • @birgire For example, if I remove footer.php I get: Notice: תבנית ללא footer.php לא קיים מאז גרסה 3.0.0 ואין תחליף חלופי. יש להוסיף את הקובץ footer.php לתבנית. in C:\xampp\htdocs\Projects\Develop\wp\wp-includes\functions.php on line 4019. [And since the site has rtl direction the message looks like this: prntscr.com/m00xzi ] – s976 Dec 27 '18 at 7:01
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    The first idea that came to mind was to switch to another locale with switch_to_locale(), within a custom PHP error handler set by set_error_handler() to override the trigger_error(), and then restore the previous one with restore_previous_locale(). But the translation seems to have been already evaluated by then, when it's handed down the custom handler, so that approach might not work here. Maybe backtracing (on dev sites) can help with the context or other hooks? – birgire Dec 27 '18 at 8:28
  • If you change the locale in your user profile to English, does that help? – Corey McKrill Jan 1 at 23:40

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