WPML 2.6.4 is ready. It includes a few last fixes for WordPress 3.5 issues and long-awaited support for multilingual Disqus comments.
You will see the comments section localized to the page language. This integration was made possible through the cooperation with Disqus developers, who added the needed filters, allowing WPML to set the current language.
Other changes in this version revolve around small bug fixes.
WPML 2.6.4 fixes the language switcher for product pages on some e-commerce sites, archive page slug translation, default Chinese locale, Finnish locale for WordPress core translation, and some robustness improvements for our language configuration files.
We’ve seen some issue with menu synchronization. If you’re translating menus manually, this doesn’t effect you, but if you’re synchronizing menus with WPML, you might see cases where menu items don’t go into the correct location.
This is a super-complicated algorithm and we’re going to spend some time making it more agile. The next release will include a rewrite for some of the menu insertion code.
After this, we’re back to more great features for WPML. We already have a full list of new features that come next and I’ll write more about them as we get started.