Since at least Beta 7 this problem should not exist anymore as Service_Geonames is now integrated in the add-on. So I'll move this thread to...
You can try to install it with Pyrus. After you downloaded the .phar file enter:
php pyrus.phar install pear/Services_Geonames
Did you install the Services_Geonames package? If not, please have a look at the corresponding section on the add-on's overview page on XF.com.
You're welcome :)
Yep, that's the right place. If you click on „Nederlands“ a new page will load on which you can change the locale.
I'm pretty sure that's the one you installed. I could reproduce the issue and now I know what the problem is. This language pack does not specify...
LOL, it's literally on every single ACP page and I've never noticed it :D
Btw, do you use this language pack?
K, and where exactly can you change the ACP language?
Interesting, I wasn't aware of that ^^ Which XF version do you use?
Does it work if you specify „NL“ for the „Location names language“?
Btw, what do you mean with „I use EN for ACP“ ?
Yup, that's a good idea. It will be definitely explained in the add-on docu which I'm currently working on..
That's definitely not true. I installed and use it on this website which runs PHP 5.4 without any problems. Also in the package description there...
Yeah, I also needed some time to find it the first time. Let's say the Geonames site's usability could be improved slightly ^^
Ok, I checked it. You have to first enable your account for the webservice. You can do this on your Geonames account page by clicking on „Click...
Ok, and your Geonames account is also activated for the webservice?
Are there any errors in the server log?
All right. So I consider this not as a bug (for now) and will move the thread to the Support forum..
Could you please give more info about when this error occurs? Can you reproduce it? If so, how?
Separate names with a comma.