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I have a blog and I'm using Genesis Translations (https://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-translations/faq/) to translate the theme to Finnish.
This works for the most part, but there are some UI elements which are not translated. For instance, at the end of each post there is a button which says "Post Comment" in English, although this should be in Finnish:
When I look at the FAQ by this plug-in's author, there is a mention about this:
>When I've activated your plugin there are still some words in English on my site
>Most likely you either have words hardcoded in your child theme's functions.php file or you're working with outdated (or >incomplete) WordPress translation.
When I look at the functions.php, there isn't any "Post Comment" string in that file.
In which file is this located at?
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