I was receiving a translation missing message that was showing up on my page views for my ActiveAdmin page. To correct this, I found the solution on Stack Overflow which said that these translations were just missing from my en.yml file in locales, and to replace my existing one with the one here (that ActiveAdmin uses):
The ActiveAdmin gem was working for me in development, but not in production. The reason, I found, was because not all of the assets used by ActiveAdmin were getting precompiled by Heroku. To solve the issue, I used the code by Ryan Long’s answer on Stack Overflow (in production.rb).
# Precompile additional assets. Defaults to [application.js, application.css, non-JS/CSS] config.assets.precompile += ['active_admin.css', 'active_admin/print.css', 'active_admin.js']
My app was already using will_paginate extensively and I didn’t feel like changing it all to the Kaminari which ActiveAdmin uses for pagination.
However, somehow I was able to get it to work by thumbing through this ActiveAdmin issue. I created the initializer suggested by kml with this code:
Kaminari.configure do |config|
config.page_method_name = :bonzo # :)
However, when I implemented it, the code recommended for config/initializers/active_admin.rb caused me errors so I removed it. You may find that you need this code.