SrbTransLatin handles using Serbian language Cyrillic and Latin script. For Cyrillic content, visitor may choose to view it using Cyrillic or Latin.
Fixed bug on handling before widget and after widget.
Fixed bug transliterating blog header title.
Added option to display only option to select non current script
Addedd option for WPML users to set if thez want SrbTransLatin Widget to be invisible on specific languages.
Fixed bug with transliterating title to permalink option in settings
Added helper for conflicts with WPML. WPML uses 'lang' as language identificator which is the same as default for SrbTransLatin. Now if WPML is installed default changes to 'script', and if identificator is set to 'lang' warning is shown to user.
Fixed bug with transliterating title to permalink
Added external configuration using config.php
Fixed displaying cookie using state setting option.
Function stl_show_selector() expanded with two new parameters allowing setting captions for script selection items.
Added option to let user change script identificator in url.
Added option to switch image on script change. If you use filename=cir=.jpg as image name, if latin script is selected, then image named filename=lat=.jpg will be used instead.
Changed priority of the plugin so it allows other plugins to alter contents before transliteration.
Added option which allows user to customize title for Cyril and Latin options in widget.
Minor fix. Title of 'latinica' was displayed using Cyrillic script. Changed to Latin script.
Fixed permalink transliteration issues with the latest WordPress version.
Added function stl_show_selector() which may be used to insert script selector anywhere in template.
Added full support for exernal language files and Serbian translation included.
Partialy rewriten code according to new WordPress API. Also, some new functionality added.
Requires: 2.6.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3.1
Last Updated: 2015-8-28
Active Installs: 1,000+
1 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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