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Betheme language mo file location

I have added the proper language file in the following locations with no success
1) betheme-child -> Languages
2) wp-content-> Languages -> Themes (changed the name to betheme-el.mo and betheme-child-el.mo)

The only location that the laguage file was read is on the main betheme/languages folder which was deleted as soon as the theme was updated.

Am I doing something wrong?
Regards,
Nikos

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  • You misunderstood me..

    I have already edited the po file, save the mo file and uploaded it in th locations I mentioned om my previous message.
  • Also only the .mo file is needed to be uploaded on the server as it is the file that is read for the translations.

    The .po file is just a text file which is compiled and saved to .mo when you save the file in poedit.
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