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Showing terms by language

  • Hi,

    we use 3 languages via WPML.

    When using one of your shortcodes like [glossary_atoz] all of the terms in any language get listed. since you added multilangual support for the slugs, it would be cool to have this also for the listings, so that only the terms related to a language show up in the list. we use wpml for posts, pages and other plugins.

    any idea?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-glossary/

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  • Plugin Author TCBarrett

    @tcbarrett

    Language support and ‘support for WPML’ are different things.

    If I get the time to look into what it would need for the two plugins to compliment each other, I will.

    hi. i understand. but showing only terms by language should be an issue even when not working with WPML. why having language support if terms of other languages are shown as well?

    Plugin Author TCBarrett

    @tcbarrett

    There is a difference between the WP core i18n supporting a variety of single languages on one installation, and a plugin creating functionality for multiple languages on a single installation.

    I would like WPML compatibility too. 🙂

    R

    @rreisdasilvagmailcom

    My problem with languages is slightly different but since language support is being discussed here I decided not to open a new topic.

    When on the glossary term list (both atoz or simple term list) I see the terms according to the different languages and everything is fine. But when I click in each of the terms I am always referred to the description in my default language, i.e., the glossary term hyperlink is directed to

    something/?glossary=glossary_term

    instead of

    something/?glossary=glossary_term&lang=en

    Is there anything I can do to prevent this behaviour?(I am using qTranslate for language support.)

    Plugin Author TCBarrett

    @tcbarrett

    I’m still not sure how to add WPML support. I’ll look at perpetuating some query args in the shortcodes. From your description above that should allow qTranslate compatibility.

    Plugin Author TCBarrett

    @tcbarrett

    There is some experimental qTranslate support in v2.3.x – let me know if it works.

    As I don’t have access to WPML, I can’t add support. If you want to bring it up on their forums, I’d happily accept a patch.

    R

    @rreisdasilvagmailcom

    Excellent! It works perfectly! Thanks a lot!!

    WPML has certainly free licenses for those who build extend plugins

    Plugin Author TCBarrett

    @tcbarrett

    I wouldn’t be building an extension as such. Certainly not something that would need payment.

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