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In which folder did you place which files? Screenshot of the folder structure and files would help.
Hmm, odd. I’ll recompile the translation files and you can expect a new version of the plugin real soon.
Genesis Translations only translates Genesis itself. Child themes are not included. As for the Search text being translated before.. yes it was, but the text string changed and therefor had to be translated again.
Porbably because it’s not translated properly yet .. http://translate.studiopress.com/
Lots of strings were changed and have to therefor be translated again. Sometimes it’s just the difference of one character that requires a strings to be translated again. The translations over here http://translate.studiopress.com/projects/genesis-framework/genesis-19 are what feed my Genesis Translations plugin, so if you want to help out in translating the remaining strings that would be lovely . You can register for the translation site here: http://translate.studiopress.com/home/.
If you need to translate the button right now, there is a snippet of code that can help you with that: http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/search-form/#input-box
Not sure what you mean with “Are there plugins that ensure proper rendering of these languages on individual posts?”.. can you elaborate a bit more?
Is there a string in your <code>functions.php</code> file hardcoded?
Does it work with just the default BuddyPress theme activated and just the BP translations plugin?
Something went wrong in the migration I guess. I’ve notified the SP folks so I’m hoping for a speedy fix
Have you seen Paul Gibbs BuddyPress Translation plugin? That one should works just fine :http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/buddypress-translations/
It works okay-ish. None of the current solutions out there are a perfect match. The quickest one out there to set up is WPML and for most folks that would work best. For quite a few clients we have actually steered away from having an automated solution and worked with a multi-site set up where people would have to manually upload / edit the content. That may sound like extra work, but in reality it’s not too bad plus is scales extremely well (which is something none of the other solutions do really well).