Support » Plugin: Loco Translate » How to run Loco in multisite

  • After I installed this plugin in my multisite, I can’t see any logo translate menu in dashboard. Please help me.

    I can give you my website login details in privacy.

    Thanks

    Peter

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  • Plugin Author Tim W

    (@timwhitlock)

    I have no problem activating the plugin on individual sites, nor doing “Network Activate”. Tested on WP 5.1. The menu appears under the Site dashboard, not the Network dashboard.

    Are you logged in as the highest privileged user (network admin)? or just a site administrator? Please give full details to reproduce the situation.

    Plugin Author Tim W

    (@timwhitlock)

    Logging into servers is beyond the support available.

    Also, don’t post passwords on public web pages.

    from my knowledge, after a site has been turned into multisite, a plugin can be stalled in “parents site” only, cannot be installed in “son site” directly.

    Sorry, I don’t follow this comment.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    Wow.

    @peterwangbiz I have archived your post and flagged your account for moderation as a precaution. You did something very unwise almost 3 hours ago.

    I apologize for getting loud right now.

    *Takes deep breath*

    GO INTO YOUR DASHBOARD AND CHANGE ALL OF YOUR PASSWORDS ON THAT SITE. ALL OF THEM. CHECK FOR ANY NEW ACCOUNTS AND USE A SEARCH ENGINE TO EXPLAIN HOW TO IDENTIFY HIDDEN ACCOUNTS ON YOUR SITE.

    *Drinks coffee*

    Sorry about the volume. You handed out copies of your house keys to the whole Internet and that’s always a bad idea. These are public volunteer support forums, every post here gets copied to multiple places by people who have nothing to do with wordpress.org and your site will be compromised for that reason.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    @timwhitlock Could you be a little more specific in the future? Yours was a good reply but you may want to include something like “NOTE: Don’t post login information. We don’t do that and won’t accept login ’cause we’re good, responsible people who know better.”

    Or something like that. You get the idea.

    Plugin Author Tim W

    (@timwhitlock)

    Thanks Dan. I didn’t think he’d post them after writing “in privacy”.

    Dear Jan and Tim,

    I’m sorry, I’m a beginner, very stupid!!!

    I’ve changed password. Then how to give this to you?

    Best Regards

    Peter

    Plugin Author Tim W

    (@timwhitlock)

    As I said earlier: Logging into servers is beyond the support available. This is partly because I don’t want to be implicated when your site is compromised, but it’s also my policy not to debug everyone’s websites for them.

    The support available is that I try to identify and fix bugs, plus I make suggestions as to how you can fix your problem.

    As far as I know this plugin is fully multisite compatible. However, it’s possible that another plugin also manages the “translator” role, or that some similar conflict is taking place. Are you running any other translation plugins?

    Are you running any other translation plugins? —– no.

    Plugin Author Tim W

    (@timwhitlock)

    Then I don’t know of any reason it would not work.

    Please provide steps to reliably reproduce this from a clean WordPress install.

    I think this plugin (Loco translate) doesn’t work in multisite. I have checked internet, many customers said same, even in your forum, but you’ve never fixed it. This is cheating!

    Loco Translate doesn’t work in multisite!

    Plugin Author Tim W

    (@timwhitlock)

    Putting your insults aside for a moment. If there’s a bug, I’ll fix it. This is how bugs get fixed. The people experiencing the issue demonstrate the fault.

    You say it “doesn’t work”, but can’t provide steps to reproduce the fact, so in my attempts to reproduce your issue without specific information, this is what I did:

    I set up a clean install, activated multisite, then activated the plugin in the default site. This worked. Then I tried a network activation. This worked too. If your situation is different, the onus is on you to explain precisely how it is different. Then I can reproduce the problem, then I can fix the problem.

    Going back to your insulting tone. Just yesterday I received similar insults and accusations. These comments wasted two hours of my time, then a few hours later they admitted they were completely wrong. So before you call me a cheat in public, how about submitting a reproducible bug report?

    To the best of knowledge this plugin is multisite compatible in all situations I’ve ever been able to simulate. Please be the first person to demonstrate the flaw that so many others have suffered. What do I have to do to experience the same problem that you are experiencing?

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