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  • Got this message on my dashboard after updating to WP 3.8:

    “The qTranslate Editor has disabled itself because it hasn’t been tested with your WordPress version yet. This is done to prevent WordPress from malfunctioning. You can reenable it by clicking here (may cause data loss! Use at own risk!). To remove this message permanently, please update qTranslate to the corresponding version.”

    When will the qTranslate update for WP 3.8 be available? Is Version 2.5.38 tested on WP 3.8 yet?

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  • Hi,

    No idea when the developer will update or release a new version, but believe it won’t be affected anyways.

    The ‘Parker’ update, aka WordPress 3.8, just features a responsive, redesigned dashboard and a few minor fixes. It should be all unrelated (except for possible widgets).

    However so far tested this only a DEV Server and seems to be working fine without any major modifications. I have so far seen no issues and will release to live next week. Detected no compatibility issues.

    If you so desired, recommend backing up database and files first.

    Edit: qtranslate.php

    Update this line to the WordPress version –
    define(‘QT_SUPPORTED_WP_VERSION’, ‘3.8’);

    This will make it work without that warning message popping up. Just save and refresh.

    Doesn’t work properly with wordpress 3.8, at least in the site I have tested.
    No works qtranslate25.38 and Qtranslate_development_version.
    Repeat pages two by two and finally you have 8 or 10 pages.

    Well, I’m waiting new version for this really good plugin

    About WordPress3.8: looks nice but awfull and horrid font

    same here, plugin completly lost control over post editing. For some reason when plugin is enabled, post do not contain any formating, just stream of words, one after another.

    Version 3.8 contains big changes on the administration pages. For instance, I have noted that non-latin text in the admin-panel does not render correctly with qtranslate.

    So I guess that the quick hack of just telling qtranslate to be happy with the latest version of WordPress may not fully cut the issue here.

    The author of qtranslate is more likely to see your comments and follow up if you post in the support forum for qtranslate:

    But, at the same time, that forum is totally bombarded by bots. A meaningful post would simply drown in awful digital mud…

    the same problem here after uptate on 3.8 – on backend both languages are on one site – no control 🙁 Did someone have an idea?

    You can update the plugin version to work with 3.8
    need to open wp-content/plugins/qtranslate/qtranslate.php
    and change line 90
    from define(‘QT_SUPPORTED_WP_VERSION’, ‘3.7.1’);
    define(‘QT_SUPPORTED_WP_VERSION’, ‘3.8’);
    save and you done!!!

    I’ve changed line 90 and I had a test for one page…. and works.
    (qtranslate 2.5.38 and WP 3.8)

    tnxs Felix

    Works fine for me!

    @felix007 a lot of thanks, works fine! 🙂

    I’ve all pages.
    Works good

    It works for me too ! weldone for advice 😉

    While I can get the editor working again in 3.8 by modifying QT_SUPPORTED_WP_VERSION, I have troubles with the “read more” functionality:

    When qTranslate is active, they do never appear, when I disable the plugin they are fine again (showing in the default language of course).

    Removing and re-adding the read-more link in the article works fine again.
    Does anyone else notice this?

    Now I think I know what was broken for me in WP 3.8:

    The new, nice admin-interface uses special fonts, which are, fetched from Google when needed. But…
    If your main language is, say, English, and then you add a second language which uses a different character subset than English, then this additional subset won’t be requested. So for me, all Russian text in the admin interface doesn’t have any graphical representation, and is therefore invisible!

    In a purely Russian installation, I don’t get this issue, since then the WP core makes sure that the correct additional character subset is loaded. Here’s what it looks like on one of my sites.

    <link rel='stylesheet' id='open-sans-css' href='//' type='text/css' media='all' />

    Perhaps with Qtranslate one needs to somewhere tick a list of what character subsets may be needed for your particular site.
    I’ll dig a little bit deeper. But, until further notice, I hold back on moving to WP 3.8 for my multilingual sites…


    I did as felix007 says but now i have the error:

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/nins/public_html/wp-content/plugins/qtranslate/qtranslate.php:1) in /home/nins/public_html/wp-content/plugins/qtranslate/qtranslate_core.php on line 71

    Any idea how fix it?

    Thank you for your help

    Nins wrote:

    I did as felix007 says but now i have the error:

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/nins/public_html/wp-content/plugins/qtranslate/qtranslate.php:1) in /home/nins/public_html/wp-content/plugins/qtranslate/qtranslate_core.php on line 71

    Any idea how fix it?

    Dear Nins, I get the same issue if I use the built-in plugin editor in WordPress.
    But, if I edit the file on my local computer (Notepad++ on Windows), and then upload it via ftp, then everything is OK.
    I guess the online editor breaks something in the file…

    Update: Ehm. No, I get a different error.
    Here it looks as if there is something in line 1 that is sent as output. Make sure that there is no space or empty first line in the file. Best is to take a fresh install of qtranslate, and then locally edit the supported version, without changing anything else, and then upload it.

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