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Translate URLs manually to another language (3 posts)

  1. MyKEcz
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi author,

    this is great plugin, you have my admiration.
    But I would welcome two things if you do sometime:

    1. Important for me - When you are in administration and you creating some post, put some textbox where you can edit manually translated URL to another language, like under Post name when you create new post. I know there is function to automaticaly translate URL, but it always translate bad, so I would like to welcome this function.

    2. Button to translate content of page which you see now. Yes, there is also automatic function to do that, but when 3 or more people go to the untranslanted content, and Transposh will automaticlaly translate 3 pages in one time, it shut down my database because out of memory hosting. So It would be great, if admin can push manually button like a widget and this could safe a lot of hosting memory usage.

    Thank you for this great plugin and support ;-).

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/transposh-translation-filter-for-wordpress/

  2. MyKEcz
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    And last thing which can be great, that in my language is a lot of commas in sentences and while I edit sentences in other language, I can't delete commas from sentence.

    Thank you for reply :-)

  3. Ofer Wald
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello There,

    For 1. I agree, will get done at some point
    2. I suggest using the publish on post, however, its kinda strange this will happen for a site on shared hosting :)
    3. Its already in parser.php, the coming version (you can get a beta if you wish) allows you to select the parser behaviour

    Have fun, and thanks for the compliments

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