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  • Plugin Author edo888

    (@edo888)

    Hi,

    The main difference is the look and feel.

    Thanks! 🙂

    Thread Starter theblueli

    (@theblueli)

    I see. I have just tried the free version.
    about to subscribe the paid one, hope I can have some answer from you.

    #1 I notice every-time I refresh the page. You will see the default language first then later to see the translated language. Will the paid version still have this delay fresh?

    #2 Say there is a word I found that the translation is incorrect. I edit the translation manually. Do I have to do it every one of the same word or it will learn and automatically translated to my corrected one?

    #3 Say I have a filter on my product archive page. If I edit translate that term. is it going to edit all the same term, not need to do it again and again?

    #4 Can I set roles for edit translation? or only the admin user have the permission?

    #5 I read some of your old reply, said multi language search is possible with the Google Search widget. Wondering are there any other option? algolia maybe?

    #6 If I manually edit the translation for one of the article on my page. Later I change the original content. I guess the translation will be gone. and I have to translate the content again. Will the former translation remain in the database? if so, anyway to clean it?

    thanks

    Plugin Author edo888

    (@edo888)

    Please find my answers below:

    #1 With the paid version when your content is discovered and translated you will see the correct language without the delay, since it is not a javascript based solution which works after a page load. The translations are served directly from our servers.

    #2 If you edit some text once and that same text appears on other pages, it will be changed everywhere. For example if you have a menu item “About Us” and you edit it, it will be changed on every page.

    #3 See number #2, it doesn’t matter if it is an archive or anything else, actually we do not know what it is, it is just text for us.

    #4 You can create users on our dashboard and add permission to the users to edit specific language only or all languages.

    #5 I’m not familiar with algolia. If there is any other solution it must first index your translated content and search inside the index data and not in your database, since translations are stored on our side and not in your database.

    #6 If you change the original content, the translation must be changed as well. You do not need to worry about cleaning it, since it is stored on our side.

    We have a free 15 days trial available, you can try and see how it works. Please feel free to contact our live chat if you have further questions or need help configuring the paid version: https://gtranslate.io/#contact

    Thanks! 🙂

    Thread Starter theblueli

    (@theblueli)

    Awesome! Thank you for your time!

    Plugin Author edo888

    (@edo888)

    You are welcome! 🙂

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