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  • Resolved abcdefghijklmnop


    First of all, thanks for this lovely, stylish plugin.

    Using the previous version, I was able to display the plugin at the top right corner of my site without any problems whatsoever.

    I could do it by manually inserting into header.php or inserting the code into a widget space at the top right corner……both ways worked fine…..I ended up using the widget method.

    However, after updating, I noticed 2 things changed.

    Firstly, it seems as though the plugin is leaving an empty space directly below it which I cannot seem to remove.

    Secondly, you know how the cursor is supposed to change from an arrow to a hand whenever you hover over something that is clickable? Well, now when I hover the mouse over a flag, the cursor does not change to the hand symbol. (but it is still clickable)

    any idea where I went wrong? PS I tried using a different login+theme to see if the problem is with my theme. But in both circumstances, i face the same problem.

    thanks in advance.

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  • Plugin Author Rob Myrick


    Hi abcdefghijklmnop,

    There were some new CSS ids/classes added in the most recent update. I imagine this is what is happening. I’m not sure why the cursor is no longer showing the hand symbol, but it can be fixed.

    Would you like me to look at the widget on your website? I can probably help with the CSS.

    Please post your link in this forum, or send here by email:


    Dear Rob,

    I have sent you the link via your website’s contact form.

    Thank you.

    Plugin Author Rob Myrick


    Hi abcdefghijklmnop,

    I’m not quite sure why this is happening – but I’ll be updating the plugin here to fix a few other issues anyway.

    Below actually fixes your issue 100%.

    Add this to your CSS Overrides box in “Settings > Google Language Translator”:

    #flags a {

    I’m stumped because I have never seen this issue – weird.

    Stay tuned for next update in a few days

    Hi Rob, sorry for the late reply.

    The CSS you provided for my second problem works perfectly. Am hoping that the update fixes the other issue! i’ll keep trying in the mean time.

    Thanks heaps for your help anyways.

    Hi Rob,

    I’m glad to report that after updating to WP 3.9.2, my first issue was fixed.

    Thank you.

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