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Don't know if this is a bug related to your package or to the dictionary itself.
I have two languages defined: englisch and german. If I use the translator it works like a charm for the first item. I added a second dict item and tried to translate. Then the translator grabbed the value from the dict item before. To be more clear, describing step by step:
So it grabs the value from the dict item before.
That is a strange bug and I have been able to replicate following your exact steps. If you try pressing the button again I got the correct expected translation.
Would you mind doing this again with differrent dictionary items, I wonder if it has anything to do with the dictionary item name being the same value.
I will test and do the same now, if it still occurs then I need to step through the code and see why this is happening.
Thanks for the bug report, Thomas.
Just recreated the bug.
My configuration: W2k8, IIS7 integrated mode, .NET 3.5 SP1
In IE8 and FF the same situation: If I use german (which is the second langauge) as my primary language to translate it takes the german value from the node before.
Step by step in another example (remember: I have two languages: english and german):
One new thing: If I use it reverse (translating from english to german) it is no problem it translates correct...
Just downloaded your code and I have a suspicion: will debug this evening in an local installation...
Yeh I plan to debug this later today Thomas and I think I have a rough idea of what it is casuing it.
Fixed & released
Two ways to update Thomas
First is to uninstall the existing package and install the new one
Secondly download new package and unzip folder. Then copy these files over
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