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[Plugin: Global Translator] what make global translator cache a page?

  • WP 3.0.1
    I’m running GT 1.3.2
    running php5

    I have global translator all setup been using it for some time
    but one thing I have wanted to know for a long time is “what make global translator cache a page?”

    for example
    I have the GT cache set for 1 months time & now & then i make big changes to my site & need to delete the GT cache
    & after I do I try to make GT re cache pages that get hit a lot.
    I do this by making my IE 8 go to the pages I want cached
    but at the same time I’m doing a tail on GT debug.log in my ssh
    & everything works fine but looking at the debug.log, GT is not caching my hits
    & the same go’s for other ppl
    the only time I ever really see GT cache a hit is when its a crawler hitting my site for a GT page.

    now i did thinking it maybe an agent thing that makes it act like that.
    so i got a user agent spoofer for my IE & set it to one of the crawlers agent info.

    but GT would not cache my hits.
    I’m never loged in when i try,
    I remove all my cookies &
    I tried it on 4 computers.

    is there some way I can get GT to cache my hits????

    i know the pay GT will do it for you but i don’t have that kind of $ for a plugin at this point in time.

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