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Install the Bulgarian language pack via composer is really easier.
Install Bulgarian pack:
composer require mageplaza/magento-2-bulgarian-language-pack:dev-master php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy bg_BG php bin/magento cache:flush
You may get this message:
=> Go to Access Keys page and
Create A New Access Key.
Or use these keys:
Public Key: c7af1bfc9352e9c986637eec85ed53af Private Key: 17e1b72ea5f0b23e9dbfb1f68dc12b53
Update Bulgarian pack:
composer update mageplaza/magento-2-bulgarian-language-pack:dev-master php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy bg_BG php bin/magento cache:flush
Install the Bulgarian language pack via command line.
Download the language file to your installation root directory. Now run the following command:
wget https://github.com/mageplaza/magento-2-bulgarian-language-pack/raw/master/bg_BG.csv php bin/magento i18n:pack -m replace bg_BG.csv bg_BG php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy bg_BG php bin/magento cache:flush
As a result, a directory langpack will be created that contains proper structure of language files for your installation. Copy it over to your Magento installation and the translations should be visible.
Note: additional directory i18n contains strings for which the module could not be found in your installation. This file can be skipped.
Now time to activate the language pack for your Magento 2 store. From Magento 2 admin panel, navigate to
Stores > Configuration > General > Locale Options
Bulgarian (Bulgaria) and click
It comes to the end of tutorial: Magento 2 Bulgarian Language Pack.