Version 0.8.3 – The widget’s shortcode

This version fixes some bugs and adds support for a nice shortcode that allows you to place the widget inside the post

ʻo kahi laʻana, this:
[tp widget="flags/tpw_flags_css.php"]

Will display:


  1. wahi a

    Ofer, hi!
    Where can we learn more about the shortcode?
    ʻo kahi laʻana, how to put it into WP built-in menus?
    And why flags don’t display when I use it (only the checkbox)?


      • wahi a

        Here’s the link, and you can see the checkbox in the upper-right corner.
        And the shortcode I have is
        [tp widget="flags/tpw_flags_css.php"]

        By the way, in your article about shortcodes you mention this as one of the many uses of the widget, but there are no other instructions, how to modify it. ʻo kahi laʻana, how to remove some flags, change formatting, display drop-down, etc.?

        Thank you!

  2. wahi a

    Here are a couple of suggestions which would GREATLY improve the plugin’s usability and make me recommend it to my co-workers and partners. (It might’ve been suggested before, but I haven’t found any info).
    1. Implement keyboard shortcuts and other methods to quickly switch to the next text block to manually translate on a page.
    2. Make the plugin understand e-mail addresses, URLs and other content that should not ever be translated.
    3. Include an option to copy-paste an entire page’s translation. Sometimes it’s easier to translate in an external editor, and sometimes you already have the translation ready.

    Will come back with more!

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