(I don't like to flood the board but I believe it's better to start a new topic than add unrelated questions to an old topic, so that future generations can more easily search for answers to their own questions.)
In my original installation of Maian Music, I spent a considerable amount of time trying to make SEO-friendly URLs appear in a language other than English. Needless to say, I broke the installation repeatedly, and in the end, I switched the system back to regular URLs and then used several dozen individual .htaccess redirects to make it appear as IF I had done it properly. E.g., so that https://example.fr/boutique/index.php?_mm=basket would appear as https://example.fr/boutique/panier
Before I go through all of that again with my new installation, is there a setting (or a less complex way) to achieve this?
Essentially, in a non-English installation of Maian Music, I would like the words "collection", "basket", "login", etc., to be in the different language.
Also, I noticed that the new release of Maian Music displays track lengths as 3m 33s instead of 3:3. Is there a setting to revert this? There have been literally hundreds of instances where I dive into the PHP to edit something, only to realise later that Mr. Bennett made an easy-to-use setting for it (such as changing the HTML DIR and LANG in the global.php file instead of editing the header.tpl.php directly).
Thanks in advance.
Is there a general threshold for where complex questions are better suited for buying a year of priority support rather than posting in the support forum here? I imagine that ideally everyone would buy a year or two of priority support; on the other hand, discussion here in the public forum makes it easier for people to find their answers using search engines.