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Force Wave Dash

"Force WaveDash" is a plugin to canonicalize some Unicode characters: to force "WAVE DASH" characters other than "FULLWIDTH TILD".

1.0.0 (2009-01-22)

  • Change distributing site to Official WordPress Plugins repository.
  • Replace FULLWIDTH TILD in categories, tags, blogrolls (bookmarks) when to create or edit them.
  • Replace blog title, blog tagline when showing them.
  • Use preg_replace() with "u" modifier instead of mb_ereg_replace().
  • Better replacing not to be garbled when creating or editing posts for MySQL 4.1 or later.
  • Converts hyphens and currency signs other than fullwidth tild.

0.81 (2008-03-23)

  • Replace FULLWIDTH TILD in categories, tags when showing them. (NOT replace when create, edit them)

0.80 (2007-11-20)

  • Replace FULLWIDTH TILD in excerpts, comment authors, comment contents when show, create, or edit them.
  • Replace FULLWIDTH TILD in search strings.
  • Stop using binary of FULLWIDTH TILD and WAVE DASH to avoid damaging when opening the plugin PHP file by text editors.

0.73 (2007-03-29)

  • Stop checking that the PHP internal encoding is UTF-8. Use mb_internal_encoding() at converting.

0.72 (2007-03-13)

  • Replace FULLWIDTH TILD in post titles, windows titles when showing them.
  • Fixed problem that not replacing FULLWIDTH TILD with other plugins (such as Ktai Location).

0.71 (2007-03-07)

  • Change distributing site to WordPress Plugins/JSeries (An alternative repository in Japan)
  • Check the PHP internal encoding is UTF-8

0.70 (2007-03-01)

  • Initial release.

Requires: 2.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.9.2
Last Updated: 2010-1-22
Downloads: 1,234

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