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  • Plugin Author Jordy Meow

    (@tigroumeow)

    Thanks for your review. But what do you mean by it’s unfair? I never had this option before, and it’s actually a very complicated one and I am already getting requests to handle more transliterations. That’s why I didn’t do it before because I knew it was a lot of work, but since the plugin is very stable since recently, I could add it and now I will make sure it handles everything. I would love to know what you disappointed πŸ™‚

    In version 3.Ρ…Ρ… – 4.0.3 transliteration worked perfect without PRO option πŸ™‚

    Sorry, I said inaccurate. It worked perfect in version 4.0.3 if I use Media File Renamer + transliteration plugin Cyr to Lat enhanced

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    But now something has broken

    Plugin Author Jordy Meow

    (@tigroumeow)

    Before, there was no transliteration, but there was an UTF-8 option, without it, the system was trying to avoid non-ASCII characters, and with it, they were just used. That was not clear enough, and since everything should be “internationalized”, I made this option from Pro to Free by default and for everyone.

    And with a cleaner plugin like this, it’s good to propose transliteration πŸ™‚

    I would like to make you happy 5*, how can I?

    Now, the plugin doesn’t work for you, even with that new Pro option off? The plugin you mentioned doesn’t get to act like before?

    With version 4.2.4 does not work any renaming (Latin and Cyrillic) on my local installation (win10, php 7.0.27, MySQL 5.7.21, utf8_general_ci, DB_CHARSET utf8, DB_COLLATE, ”).
    On the hosting transliteration works (with plugin Cyr to Lat enhanced)
    Thanks
    I changed the rating to 5* πŸ™‚

    Plugin Author Jordy Meow

    (@tigroumeow)

    Thank you so much! It’s weird it doesn’t work on your local install, especially that your settings seem totally fine… except… except, Windows! I don’t have personally testing environments using Windows and of course hosting services never use it for PHP installs. I will try to have a few tests run on Windows, that might be where the issues happen.

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