We are testing the free account, but want to move to multiple agents account as soon as this plugin and the FlexyChat service suits our needs.
So far, we like the ‘open’ approach with GTalk and the WP plugin looks good too.
FlexyTalk shows up nicely on all our domains/language as ‘Online’, however, we would like to translate the ‘chat toolbar & messages to the local languages. Is this possible?
Secondly, even with the plugin working nicely, it consist of A LOT external objects. Lots of CSS, JS, etc. etc. files, which does put our website from 99 (A) Score on both Page Speed and YSlow down to a 95 Score on Page Speed and 75 (C) Score on YSlow…
Simply put. Activating FlexyTalk raises the number of HTTP requests on our Homepage with more than 20% (!).
Maybe putting some objects on our own servers would help combining CSS and JS requests, but still I see (external) gravatar requests and more that shouldn’t be necessary when those option are not enabled in the settings. Any suggestions from the plugin author how to make this nice ‘lightweight’ plugin _really_ lightweight? 😉
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