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[Plugin: Facebook Share Statistics] Plugin doesn’t show non-latin letters

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  • Plugin Author Carmine Olivo
    Member

    @carmine-olivo

    Thanks!
    If you can edit the file, you could try opening the facebook-share-statistics.php in a text editor and then re-saving it as UTF-8.

    Hi Carmine and thanks for the quick reply!

    Unfortunately, changing the encoding to UTF-8 didn’t work. I tried it both in Notepad and an XML editor, but to no avail. Any other suggestions?

    Plugin Author Carmine Olivo
    Member

    @carmine-olivo

    Ok, try changing the line 106 with this:

    $sUrl = trim( $l->url );

    Thanks again Carmine, but that doesn’t work either.

    Plugin Author Carmine Olivo
    Member

    @carmine-olivo

    One last attempt 🙂

    try the new development version:
    http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/facebook-share-statistics.zip

    or (meanwhile) the old 0.7 version:
    http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/facebook-share-statistics.0.7.zip

    if it still does not work means that the resolution requires more time…

    Excellent Carmine – the development version works! Thanks for helping me out with this one. I’ll definitely keep the plugin on my watchlist.

    If I might offer a suggestion for future development: You should add a separate table (or add columns to the existing one) showing statistics from a given period. By default it might show statistics for the last week (or even last day). That way, users could both see the most recent activity and the total activity of readers.

    But yes – great plugin and thanks again for the help!

    Plugin Author Carmine Olivo
    Member

    @carmine-olivo

    Well! Many thanks to you! I appreciated the reporting, the compliments and the suggestion!!

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