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A couple of questions:

1. Any way of getting SEOGlossary to work in Mosets Directory listings?
2. Any way of importing another glossary (CSV or similar) into SEOGlossary?
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Hi,

Thanks for your interest in our product:

1. I'm tempted to say yes, but I didn't try it. You can give it a try, and we'll refund you SEO Glossary if it doesn't work.

2. Not from SEO Glossary directly, but I reckon that it should be possible through phpMyAdmin if you're familiar with it.

Kind regards,
Baudouin
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Tried it and it does not work in Mosets which is a real shame. Be very nice if it did! Maybe something for the coming versions?
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Hi,

This is up to Mosets developers, as SEO Glossary uses standard Joomla features that all components are supposed to implement. If it doesn't with Mosets that means Mosets doesn't implement this features. So there is nothing we can do on SEO Glossary's side.

If you want Mosets to be compatible, you should file a support request to Mosets Support asking them to support Joomla Content Plugins.

Do you want your purchase of SEO Glossary to be refunded ?

Cheers,
Baudouin
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Hi Baudouin

It actually does work in the Description field of Mosets directory - the tip for Mosets users is that the 'Parse Mambots' must be set to ON in the Description field
regards
Adrian
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Hi Adrian,

Thank you very much for your feedback. That's good to know !

Cheers,
Baudouin
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