[wp-hackers] Re: [wp-testers] New tag entry plugin

tai tai at tekapo.com
Sun Sep 23 06:23:24 GMT 2007

Ah, I didn't understand your intent, sorry. Now I got it.

Though, I still prefer a tag name rather than a tag slug in the upper
Tag entry field, because it is easy to confirm current tags when I
edit a post.

Anyway, this plugin is already essential and my favorite :-), I've
made advtagentry-ja.mo, so may I send it to your?

Thanks again for the plugin!


On 9/23/07, Jennifer Hodgdon <yahgrp at poplarware.com> wrote:
> tai wrote:
> > BTW, I found a bug that a Japanese word (probably Korean and Chinese
> > too) in the native tag field displayed encoded like "%e3%81%82".
> Thanks for testing! (That goes for everyone else too -- it is MUCH
> appreciated to have a relatively friendly and savvy crowd testing a
> plugin before the general public takes its turn.) I'm glad I have
> Asian Language support on my box so I could reproduce your problem. :)
> Anyway, I think this is fixed now so that Japanese will display
> correctly in the Advanced Tag Entry section. However, ATE puts slugs
> (rather than tag names, to make sure matching happens correctly when
> the post is saved) in the upper Tag entry field, and WP URL-encodes
> Japanese characters into %e3 (etc), so you will see strange things in
> the standard Tag entry field (the one just under the post content) if
> you use ATE and don't define a custom slug when you create a tag.
> I've updated the plugin web page to clarify all that, and the new ATE
> 1.02 is up there too.
> http://www.poplarware.com/tagplugin.html
> Regards,
>     Jennifer
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