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  • Plugin Author Ofer Wald

    (@oferwald)

    Hi,

    * The title will appear in edit mode in a transparent yellow box at the end of the html, you can change this to your liking 🙂
    * It works by inserting a filter for urls which attempts to resolve urls back to their original language by using reverse translation.
    It is experimental because if two originals resolve to the same target, your mileage might vary, in a future version we’ll probably fix this 🙂

    Hope this helps

    Thanks Ofer.

    But changing the page title does not change the document title.

    And clicking ‘Allow translation of permalinks and urls’ also doesn’t seem to do anything.

    Plugin Author Ofer Wald

    (@oferwald)

    Hello again.

    What html element do you refer to when you say “document title”?

    Also, regarding url translation, lets say you have a url saying “hello-world” in any part of it, but there is no translation target in the database, in that case it will appear to do nothing.
    After a visit to the page, things will probably change.

    And yes, I should better rewrite it at some point to make stuff work better.

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