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Global Translator cache

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  • martoccia
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    @martoccia

    I thight that every time I visit a page and google translate it, then that page should be stored in the cache folder. But is not like that, I visit a page, google translate it but I don’t see it in cache folder…. please if someone can, help me! Ciau!

    If you’ve just installed this plugin, then you may need to wait a bit for the translations to happen.

    martoccia
    Member

    @martoccia

    Yes, but about how long? At this speed it will take like 2 or 3 years…
    Any suggestion? If I translate a page manually how can I put it into cache folder?

    martoccia
    Member

    @martoccia

    Does anyone know how to modify html files in gt-cache? Dreamweaver and text editors could not open them…

    the cache is compressed HTML code and can be converted only with the PHP function gzuncompress(); once the translation is edited, it can be compressed with gzcompress() again. this is very tedious, so it would be nice to have a plugin that could make this “translation improvement” more user-friendly…

    Well, apparently the pro edition should support this feature: http://www.nothing2hide.net/global-translator-pro/
    fair enough. I’ll just use gzuncompress in the meantime…

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