Adds userfriendly multilingual content management and translation support into WordPress.
I was using a previous version of qtranslate and everything worked fine. I updated to the newest version released few days ago and now I have a problem. I posted the problem on the Forum and I received no help. I can't understand they are developing a plugin and they don't even try to check what people say about it in order to fix errors. Good tool, disappointing development & support team.
Not working at all and in config version change not helping
Disappointing, because it looked so promising! Maybe some of these work-arounds posted would solve the issue of qTranslate not being updated. But frankly, I don't want to jeopardize my site for one plugin, and I don't want to spend a lot of extra time to make it work and most of all, I am not going to revert to an older Wordpres to accommodate a plugin! That makes no sense at all. So I'll continue to look for a multi-lingual plugin that works with the current WordPress.
I'm waiting for the next update. Message after installing the plugin told me on my website that this version is not compatible with wordpress 3.6.1 as I read the opposite on wordpress.org
no updates since x month. Autor not available. No answers in his forum.
....without support it's not only useless, it will also kill your wordpress installation. You will have a lot of problems if you install.
Very sad story...
...and the plugin stopped working. Says it hasn't been tested with this version of WP? Says I can re enable it but I might suffer data loss. This is a real show stopper. This is critical plugin for our site's functionality. Is there an ETA on when an update will be ready? Is it safe to enable the old plugin with WP 3.5?
This thing produces ton of php notices about undefined indexes in various places. Which indicates low quality code or lack of knowledge. Who develops with php errors turned off?
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