Aneon wrote:Please try this fix, it worked for me:
http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/ques ... 5371#45371
Just tried your fix, thanks.
It works better for me than Kokarn's fix but still doesn't completely solve the problem.
Good news is that with your fix, I don't have to avoid <p> or <h> tags in the first line of html text. As long as I stick to only saving in HTML, then your fix seems to work - I've run one test 10 times in a row with no problems.
But I've also found how to consistently break qTranslate pages despite your fix.
Here are my details:
My site is set up for 6 languages but I'm currently only using two: English and Norwegian (with English as the main language). The other four languages are completely blank for the moment - even the titles. Both my English and Norwegian content are structurally the same: The first line has <h> tags in it. The rest has paragraph text.
The test I did was this:
I opened the page and saved it in HTML. Then I clicked on the Visual tab and saved it again. Then I clicked on the HTML tab. I discovered that the Norwegian text had dropped down a space and that the four formerly blank languages now had
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I have been able to replicate this fault at least 10 times in a row.
The lesson seems to be: Never save in Visual mode. If you need to check pages in Visual mode, only do it after saving in HTML first.
However I'd still like to hear if anyone out there can either confirm or disprove my findings?