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Kannada Comment

Let your fellow blog readers to write their comments in Kannada language.


  • Code optimizations. http://www.google.com/jsapi and kncm.js are now properly enqueued only on single posts/pages if the comments are opened.
  • Moved inline JavaScript to kncm.js
  • Using switch() instead of if .. elseif ... else .. to show transliteration controller


  • Bug fixes
  • The options stored in the database will be retained even after deactivating the plugin. This is to prevent the removal of plugin options upon plugin update/reactivation. If you want to clear the database entries upon plugin deactivation, select Restore defaults upon plugin deactivation/reactivation in plugin options.


  • Added option to change the position of Transliteration Controller
  • Added option to change the title of Transliteration Controller. You can now tell your blog readers how to use transliteration in Kannada script!

For devs,

Removed var Text_Area=document.getElementsByTagName("textarea")[0].id;. will be just using var ids = ["comment"]; to enable transliteration on comment form. Hope it doesn't break on hard coded comment form!.


  • Added an option to set default language. If user has selected no default language, Kannada will be set as default language upon activation.


  • Initial public release.

Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.1
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Active Installs: 30+


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