JoomFish 2.5 is the full featured release including several addons such as a simple Router for your SEO URL's. It comes with new features such as the integration into the Joomla core translation techniques and enhanced 3rd party support.
Free documentation including video tutorials, first step documentations and additional material is available on our website. The site also includes an open forum for community support and additional resources.
The Joom!Fish club (subscription required) offers enhanced support options and a range of add ons targeted at commercial and professional websites. These include plugins to further manage/restrict the display of untranslated content, restrict certain menus and modules to specific languages and an additional frontend translation component that allows you to manage translators and what they are allowed to translate.
-I upgraded a old mambo with mambelfish to joomla! 1.0.4. but mambelfish didn't work.
-After some hack, mambelfish work again with joomla! 1.0.4
-I upgraded joomla! 1.0.4 to joomla! 1.0.8... again mambelfish didn't work. So, I installed the new Joom!Fish, after upgraded from mambelfish to joom!fish using the fuction that joom!fish have.... And WORK GREAT!!!
Thank you Alex for your GREAT WORK!.
What I like best is that you can translate every bit of the web site! Some solutions enable you to have most content translated but there is still a rest in a foreign language displayed. Not so with JoomFish!
Installation was a breeze, with two small exceptions. Fist, "ISO language codes" can be either two or three letters. It seems the one we were supposed to enter is "se" - which is neither of them, but the two-letter country code. (For Sweden, not for Swedish...) No biggie. The other thing is it took me 20 minutes to realize I was actually already done with the installation - on the Components > Joom!Fish > Translation screen you have to select something in the "content elements" dropdown or it looks as though there is nothing you can translate. Pretty obvious when you know it although I would have used "all" as default rather than "none".
All in all - this really works. I'm happy.