Somehow someone who was in my new company before me managed to f**k up the Dashboard-Link in the top menu (in German "Startseite"). I have searched through the filesystem and the translation-files, but I cannot find where this "S<u>t</u>artseite" is coming from. Can anyone point me to the source of this?
Thanks a lot!!
It looks like a botched attempt to "translate" the word Dashboard. You've checked the file system which is exactly where I'd start, but the translations are bundled up into compressed files - did you check those too?
A customer of us does have the same problem. I didn't find the cause. I know that the clean version (without Addons) does not have this bug.
My workaround is to intall InProduct (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.translations.jira.inproduct/server/overview) and translate it manually.
Otherwise you need to deaktivate all user-installed Add-Ons and active each again to find the cause.
Installing a newer language file did not help.
Same behavoir in our german JIRA 7.2.4 environment. The error occured after updating from JIRA 6.x. Interesting thing is that a second german JIRA 7.2.4 instance doesn't have the problem. This instance was a fresh installation with JIRA 7.0.4. Does anyone have a solution for the problem?
I encountered this issue after doing a fresh install of Jira Software 7.7.1.
I could reproduce it on two test systems and our productive system.
I ended up uncompressing <installation path>/atlassian-jira/WEB-INF/atlassian-bundled-plugins/jira-core-language-pack-de_DE-7.7.1.v20180122100646.jar, correcting these two keys:
compressing it back and replacing the original file with the newly generated file. After a Jira restart, the menu bar was correct.
Sorry for not being clear enough in my comment... After uncompressing <installation path>/atlassian-jira/WEB-INF/atlassian-bundled-plugins/jira-core-language-pack-de_DE-7.7.1.v20180122100646.jar look for this file in subfolder com/atlassian/jira/web/action/:
There you will find these keys:
Correct them and restart Jira.
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