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The word "Ma" is translated to "Maman" which means "Mom" in english. "Ma" is an abbreviation for "Mardi" that means "Tuesday" in english. Got the same problem with "Me" translated to "Moi" instead of "Mercredi (Wednesday)"

 

If someone knows how can I correct this, I'm kind of lost how I could manage that.

 

Squarespace could not help because it's a coding injected on the site (Setmore). The translation is provided by SquareSpace though.

Setmore is a scheduling software that I use, and using the word "Mom" and "Me" instead of Tuesday and Wednesday is pretty annoying.

 

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8 minutes ago, SkIz said:

The word "Ma" is translated to "Maman". "Ma" is an abbreviation for "Mardi" that means "Tuesday".
Same problem with "Me" translated to "Moi" instead of "Mercredi".
The translation is provided by SquareSpace.

Squarespace do not provide translations, so I assume you are referring to the Weglot extension and this is incorrectly translating the embedded text?

If this is the case, you can contact Weglot’s support team for assistance using the email address: support@weglot.com, or visit their help pages

If this isn't the case, please provide some more details, including a link that we can use to view the page on the site.

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Well, I refer to this on SquareSpace : "Select the language people see when they visit your site. Default text on your site will appear in this language."

Actually, I don't have any extension other than Setmore which is my scheduling software (so no translation extension or anything). They (Setmore), only offer their extension in english so they referred me to the site host to see what could be the problem.

my site is www.solutionventech.com

I attached a screenshot of the location of the scheduling extension where you can see the problem (you have to accept the agreement, chose any service, and then you get to the calendar when the problem is for tuesdays and wednesdays.

 

If you need anything else, let me know, and thanks for helping out ! 

 

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48 minutes ago, SkIz said:

Actually, I don't have any extension other than Setmore which is my scheduling software (so no translation extension or anything).

Squarespace doesn't have the capability to translate any text in the third party booking form so I cannot explain what you are seeing. 

When I view the site the booking popup works fine (see screenshots below) but the image for the booking link doesn't appear.

I hope this helps.

 

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