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June 8, 2012 at 5:27 pm #62372


I want to uninstall the plugin, to reinstall again, but to make this process are retained from the previous installation options. There any method to restore everything and do a clean install? By using a plugin (Clean Options) to erase previous settings, languages ​​do not appear in a new installation, so I can not do any work.

In advance, thank you very much for your support.

June 9, 2012 at 6:02 am #62395


Dear Gerardo,

To Reset WPML and reactivate it:

Go to WPML->Support->Troubleshooting (the link is at the bottom of the support page). There, click on “Reset all language data and deactivate WPML”.

There’s a safely checkbox above that button.

It’s going to completely reset WPML and permanently delete language information from your site.

Do this only if you haven’t configured WPML and you don’t have any translations yet.

After this, go again to Plugins and enable WPML.

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