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[Resolved] [Plugin: WP to Twitter] Problems with qtranslate support

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  • Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    @joedolson

    Can you specify

    1. What is sent to twitter when you tweet and

    2. What you expect to have sent

    I’m not clear from the above what is actually happening.

    Hello Joe,

    I write a Post:
    Title (german): Testgerman
    Title (english): Testenglish
    Content (german): PostGerman
    Content (english): Postenglish

    Tags for Custom Twitter Post: #title# #post# #url#

    result on Twitter: TestgermanTestenglish PostgermanPostenglish http://www.url.com/

    It would be nice if only the “current” language or the “default” language is posted to twitter. Like the Plugin “Wordbooker” does this with Facebook.

    I have the same problem. There is a solution. But it needs modifications of functions.php

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    @joedolson

    Thanks for pointing out that solution, simulyant. That will make it very easy for me to adapt for this.

    np, Joe. But I decided to move to WPML from qTranslate. It seems that all problems of qTranslate already solved in WPML. It costs $29. Now I bought it. During install this plugin there were several issues, but I solved it – just increased memory limit for PHP. I not completely checked and tested all necessary functionality in WPML. May be I come back to qTranslate. There is a money back for WPML during 30 days.

    I would appreciate if you adopt this into WP to Twitter.
    Thanks a lot

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    @joedolson

    I probably will, but it may be a bit before I get it done.

    Best,
    Joe

    I’m having the same problem here.
    Is there a fix for this? The page for “There is a solution” is 404.

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    @joedolson

    I’ve explored it, but haven’t implemented any solution. The solution that used to link to was quite an old version of WP to Twitter, so wouldn’t be very useful at this point, but also was problematic because it wasn’t readily extensible for purposes other than the author’s needs. So, short answer, no – there’s no fix for this at the moment.

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