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I have got my own module providing a form and there is one element called "Estimated time" defined like this:

$form['informacie_o_incidente']['field_incident_doba'] = array(
  '#title' => t('Estimated time'),
  '#markup' => '<div class="control-group form-item"><label class="control-label">Estimated time:</label><div id="field_incident_doba_wrapper" class="controls">'.$doba.'</div></div>',
);

I have translated the text "Estimated field" via translation interface, cleared cache several times (both GUI and with drush cc all command). However, when I run this drush command:

drush ev "print t('Estimated time');"

I am getting correctly translated string. So why not on the form?

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I think you need add t() in #markup and translate the string 'Estimated time:'

$form['informacie_o_incidente']['field_incident_doba'] = array(
  '#title' => t('Estimated time'),
  '#markup' => '<div class="control-group form-item"><label class="control-label">'.t('Estimated time:').'</label><div id="field_incident_doba_wrapper" class="controls">'.$doba.'</div></div>',
);
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How could I be so blind??? Thanks, mate. – petiar Apr 29 '13 at 2:50

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