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  • Hi. I’ve installed this, it looks great but I have a couple of issues/questions:

    1. In my language (Swedish), we have more letters in our alphabet than just A-Z. After Z, we have three more letters: Å, Ä and Ö. They do not appear in tooltipslist. Could this be fixed somehow?

    2. I would like to be able to apply some new appearance to the tooltips. Is there an easy way, or do you plan updates where this is possible?

    Thanks

    Steve

    Regarding the Fastemailsender, the injected code actually points to their website and is deliberately injected.

    I was in contact with AVG who assisted the Sucuri who I hired to clean my site. Everyone was a bit surprised to find that a plugin did this.

    I’m not saying Fastmailsender is malware, but it’s now listed as such with AVG. So beware of that before putting it on your sites, folks.

    It turns out in my case it was NOT a false positive.

    It was a plugin that injected a code on my fronpage. The plugin was WordPress Newsletter Plugin from Fastemailsender.

    I have removed it and wouldn’t touch it again if they paid me.

    Steve

    Thread Starter Stevesan

    (@stevesan)

    Tried to directly after posting yesterday, but wordpress.org has this spam prevention so they wouldn’t allow me too soon after the last post.

    Thanks!

    Thread Starter Stevesan

    (@stevesan)

    Ah… silly me. Setting 24h clock is among the first things I do. At this site, for some reason, I seem to have forgotten that.

    Thanks for helping!

    Thread Starter Stevesan

    (@stevesan)

    I got a message back from the developer. I showed him your message above, this is what he says:

    “The load_textdomain is not used instead of load_plugin_textdomain. Also, use of load_textdomain can’t break behavior of WordPress. It merely makes Codestyling Localization impossible to interfere in other plugins process. As you may know from the code above, the load_textdomain is used for loading a translation for a specific language (not current locale), there is no need for Codestyling Localization to interfere in.”

    I’m no code guru, and I don’t get any of this. I’m not sure if you talk about the same thing or if there’s a misundrestanding involved or something.

    Thanks for helping!

    Steve

    I had this on one of my sites today. AVG desktop antivirus alerted. I had my host check, they found no injected code. So they say it’s a false positive.

    I have sent a support request to AVG, I suggest you do the same.

    Thread Starter Stevesan

    (@stevesan)

    Just don’t shoot the messenger. 🙂

    I guess why Codestyling Localization bothers with this code is because it is a translation plugin. But the thing is I’m no code guru (to say the least) so I’m just trying to find out what is going on.

    I’ll let the author know your point above.

    Thanks

    Steve

    Thread Starter Stevesan

    (@stevesan)

    Hi again.

    I contacted the author of Codestyling Localization. He checked your code and says it’s not a false alert. See his response below.

    Steve

    This is not a false alert.
    Here the code snippet from actual “Contact Form 7” code version 3.4.2:

    function wpcf7_get_contact_form_default_pack( $args = '' ) {
    	global $l10n;
    
    	$defaults = array( 'locale' => null, 'title' => '' );
    	$args = wp_parse_args( $args, $defaults );
    
    	$locale = $args['locale'];
    	$title = $args['title'];
    
    	if ( $locale && $locale != get_locale() ) {
    		$mo_orig = $l10n['wpcf7'];
    		unset( $l10n['wpcf7'] );
    
    		if ( 'en_US' != $locale ) {
    			$mofile = wpcf7_plugin_path( 'languages/wpcf7-' . $locale . '.mo' );
    			if ( ! load_textdomain( 'wpcf7', $mofile ) ) {
    				$l10n['wpcf7'] = $mo_orig;
    				unset( $mo_orig );
    			}
    		}
    	}

    As can be seen, it uses indeed:
    load_textdomain( 'wpcf7', $mofile )

    Thread Starter Stevesan

    (@stevesan)

    I sort of suspected that. I’ll send this info to the author of the Contact code plugin. Thanks!

    Steve

    PS. I’m no codeguru, but is this an esy fix, I mean simply repacing the call for load_textdomain with load_plugin_textdomain ?

    Thread Starter Stevesan

    (@stevesan)

    Ahh… I see! Thanks for answering. Bucks coming soon! 🙂

    Steve

    I can only confirm it is not working. I have bought the premium plugin, but unfortunately it seems the author has gone underground. Doesn’t respond to email or anything.

    I do HOPE that the plugin author(s) will start solving the issue since this is a great idea, and I have found no better solution yet. Unfortunately though it doesn’t work. Shame.

    Come on, fix it!

    Steve

    Thread Starter Stevesan

    (@stevesan)

    Ah… so there is an advanced version I can buy. Where is it? 🙂

    Thread Starter Stevesan

    (@stevesan)

    How can I send it to you without posting it on here? You need some login credentials to be able to see it (it’s behind a login window).

    Steve

    Yes, I can confirm it works for me (check my links again above, now formatting is the same on both).

    Now all I need is a dropdown in the tinyMCE for convenient searching for content and fetching shortcodes, then this would be magic! 🙂

    Thanks!

    Steve

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