Transposh works wonderfully in my PC, but not so with my hosting provider. There, when I translate something, the text changes, tuple is added to wp_translations, everything looks alright; until I reload the page, then the translation is not shown anymore. This is a fresh WordPress 3.4.2 install (I also tested with 3.4.1) and Transposh 0.8.5:
If you click on translate “Pozdravljen svet” (Hellow world, the title), for example, you can see it’s already translated in the history, and if you translate it again, the english text will disappear as soon as you reload the page.
All the translations do appear when I “fix errors by previous versions”, however. But I can’t ask my users to do that after every translation, of course.
I see that db_maint recreates Transposh’s relations, eliminates dupes and also clears the cache several times with cache_clean and cache_delete. wp_translations looks just fine:
To je vaš prvi prispevek en This is your first post 0 Dobrodošli v WordPress en Welcome to WordPress 0 Neuvrščeni en Unlisted 0 Vzorčna Stran en Sample Page 0 Dobrodošli v WordPress hr Dobrodošli na WordPress 0
so it’s probably a caching issue. It’s a fresh install, however, and I didn’t had any caching engine. I just installed WP Super Cache to see if it changed anything, but it didn’t. I’d really like to get Transposh working. Do you have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
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