Thanks for the heads up. I can’t guarantee that my plugin will work all of the millions of plugins out there, esp one such as Wpml which is a very complex plugins that modifies a lot of expected behavior. What part specifically doesn’t work? If you aren’t seeing the menu options please read the faq. https://wordpress.org/plugins/nav-menu-roles/faq/ which explains conflicts
@hamzahali – Could you clarify what doesn’t work? As far as I can tell it seems ok to me. Primary and secondary language menu items show/hide per their settings. While there’s no guarantee I’ll be able to fix the problem (as the plugin is not a top priority of mine at the moment) there is zero chance of my fixing something I am not aware of.
Glad to hear that it isn’t a conflict with WPML after all, because my last experience with WPML was rather frustrating. In my opinion, no theme needs to be filtering wp_edit_nav_menu_walker. That is just clearly “plugin” territory in my mind.
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