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Indoeuropean Translator Widget

Provides links to different automatic translations from the sidebar

How do you remove a language?

  1. Open the file indo-european-translator-widget.php or indo-european-translator-widget-menu.php in your preferred text editor
  2. Look for your language definition - say, for English, [$english].
  3. Find the line where the language you want to remove is - say, for Swahili, the line which contains [lang="sw"']
  4. Delete that whole line.

How do you add a language link to an existing language?

A) You can contact me to add it at http://indo-european.info/ OR at http://dnghu.org/, so that others benefit from the change; OR

B) You can do it yourself:

  1. Open the file indo-european-translator-widget.php in your preferred text editor
  2. Look for your language definition from line 135 onwards - say, for English, [$english].
  3. Find the line which corresponds (alphabetically) to the language you want to add - say, for Lithuanian, between Latvian and Korean.
  4. Add a line copying one of the others, and replace a) the "lang" code, b)the url with the one you know and c)the language name.

How do you add a whole list for different language pairs?

A) You can contact me to add it at http://indo-european.info/ OR at http://dnghu.org/, so that others benefit from the change; OR

B) You can do it yourself if you know some PHP - and please contact us showing us the changes made, so that we can improve the plugin for everyone.

Requires: 1.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.8.5
Last Updated: 2009-10-23
Downloads: 8,435

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