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    I want to create a language.xml file to easily import some phrases in to the Admin Control Panel to use in a cpnav.xml. I have looked at other language.xml files and tried, but the phrases aren't showing up properly in the cpnav when I view it - the phrases are showing up as the varnames like this:

    *[foobar]*
    *[acp_foo]*
    *[acp_bar]*

    instead of:

    foobar
    foo
    bar

    In the above example "foobar" is the cpnav setting group, and "foo" and "bar" are the settings.

    This is what my cpnav xml file looks like:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
    <navgroups product="vbulletin">
    <navgroup phrase="cp_foobar" permissions="canadminsettings" hr="true" displayorder="10">

    <navoption displayorder="20">
    <phrase>cp_foo</phrase>
    <link>foo.php?do=options&amp;dogroup=%5Ball%5D</link>
    </navoption>

    <navoption displayorder="30">
    <phrase>cp_bar</phrase>
    <link>foo.php?s=&amp;do=modify</link>
    </navoption>
    </navgroup>
    </navgroups>
    The cpnav file works fine, it is showing up exactly where I want it to, and the links do exactly what I want them to, but the language is wrong, as indicated above.

    I created the phrases manually as global acp phrases, but they are not showing up. I would prefer to be able to do it automatically with an xml file.

    Can someone show me what a language.xml import file, using the above phrases as examples, would look like?
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