When using Japanese or Korean font, backlash appear as Yen or Won sign, beacuse Yen and Won sign have the same ASCII code as backslash.
This plugin provides a TinyMCE button and Quicktag to enter backslash. Even when using Japanese or Korean font, backslash doesn’t appear as Yen or Won sign.
- Easy to enter backslashes even when using Japanese or Korean font.
- Localization: English(Default), 日本語(Japanese, UTF-8).
- This plugin requires the default vi’sual editor(TinyMCE). Other vi’sual editors are not ’supported.
- On some clients(Visitor’s PC, mobile), backslash may appear as Yen or Won sign.
- Upload plugin folder to the
- Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.
- If you need, go to “Settings” -> “TinyMCE Backslash” to configure.
Click “backslash” button to enter backslashes.
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- Fix a bug: Using bloginfo() in the wrong way.
- Fix a bug: A missing textdomain.
- Fix a bug: The function name which may conflict with “SyntaxHighlighter TinyMCE Button” someday.
- Modified Quicktag processing to be compliant with WordPress 3.3.
- Added Quicktag button into the Comment editor.
- Added the button into HTML editor. The button makes easy to enter backslashes even when using Japanese or Korean font.
- Rewrote the code using class.
- This is the initial release.