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  • @ditler

    According to the function documentation from WordPress the second argument is deprecated and should default to false.

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/load_plugin_textdomain

    Thread Starter ditler

    (@ditler)

    Nobody says it should default to false. Rather it does default to false. For backward-compatibility, you can put the abs path. For forward compatibility, AFAIK, you should put the same as in the third argument. But that is just what I say; what are you trying to say? The localization is not broken?

    @ditler

    In the link I posted above it gives example code where the second argument – the absolute relative path, is set to false. That arguments was deprecated in version 2.7 of WordPress, back in late 2008. Subscribe2 requires WordPress 3.3 and above to that part should never be used in Subsribe2.

    You said you thought that the “second argument should not be false anymore”. Why do you think this is the case because I disagree.

    Thread Starter ditler

    (@ditler)

    Mailing list
    This is where the idea is from
    EDIT:
    Looks like I have been mistaken. I investigate further what the problem is in my case.

    @ditler

    That mailing list is from a while ago and seems to be discussing the deprecation of the second argument in the function.

    Where have you put the translation files?

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