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I followed this tutorial to create custom metaboxes.

It seems like qtranslate enables you to use shortcodes almost everywhere. For example:

Post titles:

<!--:en-->Cheng Feng Enterprises<!--:--><!--:zh-->鄭峰企業<!--:--><!--:es-->Cheng Feng Compania<!--:-->

Widgets:

[:en]My name is Alex Chen.

I provide Spanish-English-Chinese

translation services in Taiwan.

<a href="mailto:alex@alexchen.info"><strong>I'm available for hire</strong></a>.

[:zh]我的名字是亞歷陳。

我提供西班牙語 - 英語 - 中國

在台灣的翻譯服務。

<a href="mailto:alex@alexchen.info"><strong>我可供租用</strong></a>.

None of these methods work for custom metaboxes.

Has anyone successfully integrated qtranslate with custom metaboxes?

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recently I used qtranslate with metaboxes.

In my function.php I added code for display n metaboxes by n languages, in the save data event, I use qtranslate_join, this function make the magic.

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eaguilar: Could you describe it more detail please? – user11079 Dec 13 '11 at 8:30
    
Could you please share the code its urgently required..?? – Priya jain Jul 8 '14 at 11:54
    
Least helpful accepted answer EVER – emersonthis Jul 25 '14 at 20:24
<?php

$meta = get_post_meta( $post->ID, 'Meta', true );
$lan = qtrans_getLanguage();
$meta_lan = qtrans_use( $lan, $meta, true );
echo $meta_lan;

?>

then enter your custom field data using the qtranslate comments:

<!--:ca-->CA<!--:--><!--:es-->ES<!--:--><!--:en-->EN<!--:-->
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In the output of your metabox in the page you want this to appear in you should wrap it in __().

Maybe something like this:

echo __( get_post_meta( get_the_ID(), 'your_field' ) );
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Thank you, this worked for me. I'm using the Genesis framework, so I used echo __(genesis_get_custom_field('my_custom_field')); – Eystein Apr 26 '13 at 11:12
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note: echo __() is the same as _e() – janw Mar 22 at 10:31

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