I used your plugin several times and it worked just great. I'm sorry to hear you stop the development but in fact there is a new plugin for languages which is way better and simpler than WPML. Take a look at : Easy Translation Manager for WordPress on Codecanyon.
Why don't you make your existing plugin evolute to something more simple like just a cleaning tool for qtranslate which save the translations in ordinary text files we could download.
I explain, when you need to change from qtranslate to another language tool, it's really hard to recover all the translations in separate areas.
A tool which clean all the translations and shortcodes from qtranslate is great and your plugin already does that.
Instead of preparing the files for WPML, why don't you just create some downloadable text files with the translated posts, menus, categories, etc so we can use any other translation tool after this cleanup without loosing any translation.
It's a good idea, don't you think?
Plugin seems not worked out properly in combination with WPML … slugs/permalinks are not imported properly from my original side. Translations of product and other pages simply do not appear. Under qTranslate my three languages webside worked fine.
Overall I wasted a month work and time with that plugin. The 30 days repurchase is definitely a benefit, I used right in time.
After providing passwords of side and database to support the side was down, had to reinstall backup.
Not satisfied at all wit WPML … by far too expensive for that performance.
Did not cleaned languages. Some needed language values deleted, another unneeded leaved intact.
I've migrated a heavy bi-lingual site with WooCommerce + Product addons and it all worked like charm. Highly recommended.
Does what it's meant to - Works in batches nicely and didn't take too long either to clean the other qTranslate languages out.
The Plugin work.. but for large websites it takes is time!
I would suggest to add a Status Bar or a percentage,
because Working... for one hour, you start thinking that something went wrong!
but thanks for the plugin!
I have used it on my personal blog, and it does the job.
I was switching to google translate widget as most of my readers prefer using it.
The developers promised me this would work smoothly, but I spent nearly a month with their support team (who are quite slow to respond), and it still didn't convert my qTranslate database.
In the end, they manually converted the database for me (by which time it was no longer up to date, so I had to manually transfer over several days worth of entries.)
And, worst of all, when we finally got my site up and running with WPML, it was about TWICE AS SLOW as qTranslate.
You can see the results of my testing here: http://wpml.org/forums/topic/slower-than-qtranslate/
And the thread for trying to get the importer to work and the issues I had here:
Thank you for this useful plugin, it works well.
It would be great if it could run through options, tags and other things as well.
Me solucionó el problema de limpiar el qtranslate
You must log in to submit a review. You can also log in or register using the form near the top of this page.