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Ok I created a new code:
// add the __() functions for theme translations (by BaLu.LT) $ignore_keys = array( 'id', 'key', 'name', 'type', 'field', 'operator', 'value', 'allorany', 'formatting', 'position', 'layout', 'save_format', 'preview_size', 'library', 'param', 'toolbar', 'media_upload', 'date_format', 'display_format', 'return_format', 'taxonomy', 'field_type', 'default_value' ); $ikeys = ""; foreach ( $ignore_keys as &$ikey ) $ikeys .= "(?<!\'" . $ikey . ")"; $regular_expression = "/((?<=" . $ikeys . "\' => )\'.+\'(?=,))/"; $html = preg_replace( $regular_expression, "__($1, 'acf_export')", $html );
Few things to mention:
No translation support for ‘default_value’ using it as default text (alternative: placeholder)
No translation support for choices with identically matched keys to any of $ignore_keys or if it’s an integer
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