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Describe how and when to use recheckfrequency variable

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  1. Dave Hilditch
    July 15, 2020 @ 2:32 pm

    Basically – if the recheckfrequency is set to 0 (default) then the Multilingualizer tries to detect content changes on the page to decide when to run.

    In some very rare templates this doesn’t work – e.g. if the template uses a weird way to update content on the screen – in these cases, you can set recheckfrequency to 100 and the Multilingualizer will check every 100 milliseconds if it should change text on the page.

    A lower number will mean more frequent checks, but will also mean a higher CPU usage on your visitors browsers/devices.


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