Can you please check in the userswp folder if there is a file called db-language.php created or not? If the file is created then it will contain all the dynamic strings for the UsersWP plugin. You can go to WPML->String translation and search for the language domain userswp and you will find those strings there.
I re-installed the new plugin, scanned again… it did create the file db-language.php and I could see the strings were there.
They did not show up in WPML String Translation but then I realized it would need to scan the plugin… which is WPML -> Theme and Plugins Localization -> select userswp -> scan selected plugins for strings… now the strings are there (in string translation) to translate!
Thank you for making UsersWP multilingual!
We really appreciate your work and your quick response to our needs.
Have you tried the DB text translation tool? This will add all the strings stored in the database to the file so that it can be found by POEdit or translation plugin. Go to UsersWP->Status->Tools->DB text translation and click on Run. It will generate the file called db-language.php in the root of the UsersWP plugin folder. You can use the .po file to translate those strings.
To open a new support ticket, first select the relevant forum and then click the "New Post" button. Example: You need support for the core plugin? Click on Core Plugin support and click on the "New Post" Button.